Sup everybody... so I've created this account after deciding that lurking around for solutions to my Calculus homework isn't the sole benefit of this forum. So, the problem is that I'm going into a Biochem major next year (2nd year) at UBC which the original intent of apply for the Pharmacy school there but since I've stumbled upon some rather foreboding and bleak outlooks pertaining to the job market not just for Pharmacy but also Biochemistry. Biochemists really don't stack paper to the ceiling without grinding another few years at the mill for a graduate degree from what I can figure, and after the Pharmacy bubble bursts and the job market no longer becomes lucrative I figured it may be time to ditch this life science dog and pony act and switch to something I actually enjoy (and that doesn't pay too bad either)... perhaps Chem & Bio or EE. The downside to switching to engineering is the extra time and loans just to get an undergrad engineering degree, and on top of that the career prospects for entry level engineers in Canada in the future (According to this reporthttp://www.engineerscanada.ca/files/engineering_labour_market_conditions_report_2010.pdf" [Broken]) aren't very nice looking either. So, what should I do? Stick with science? Or go with engineering? Entertain me with some ideas, please and thank you. Peace.