When I look at all different kinds engineering I just get lost and don't know which one to pick. I wish I had time to study them all but unfortunately I don't. I was always obsessed with the airplanes and always wanted to be a pilot. Well I'm to tall to be a pilot so I gotta change to something else. Aeronautical Engineering seems pretty cool, but this situation with 9/11 sucks, especially for people in the aerospace industry. Electrical Engineering sounds good also, and since I'm from Serbia Nikola Tesla is regarded there something like a Godsend. I was always fascinated by him, so much that I was the only kid that knew the answer to the first question that my teacher in 1st. grade asked us "Who invented the electricity". Well maybe my teacher and me were wrong but still fascination by Tesla led me to go for 2 years into an Electrical High School named, offcourse, Nikola Tesla. Nuclear engineering also seems to be pretty cool. The topic of nuclear fussion is really amazing, and It would be great to work on some project that might end up solving energy needs of the World. Wow, I guess that would be unbelivable. Civil Engineering??? Going to some place overseas and working on some amazing project that is gonna fascinate people long after you are gone sounds amazing. I can only imagine the feeling when some engineer seas some magnificent bridge, building or dam which is a product of his ideas. I mean all those sound really good but I would like to ask you what is the best choice for the future? Which one of these stands out. Where is more jobs and more opportunity to develop your career? Which one did/would/will/ you choose and why?