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I'm really confused about what I should do - Engineering or Physics. Honestly, I have no passion whatsoever for engineering - I was never one of those kids you'd see tinkering around with stuff, and wondering how things work. Physics on the other hand I adore. But I'm worried that (a) a physics degree might not be the most practical of options in terms of post college opportunities and (b) I haven't really ever had an engineering class in high school unlike physics, so I might not like it atm simply because I have no idea what it's really about.
What would you suggest? And how viable is a double major involving the two?