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Business to engineering

hikevinnhikevinn Registered User Posts: 30 Junior Member
Hello everyone, throughout my life, I have been set on getting a business degree (finance) however, after my first year of college, I think I'm going through a change of heart. Going through museums and taking some science courses, I have been fascinated with "just learning more" and I feel like I wouldn't have the same mental stimulation with a business career. But the one thing is that I have a knack for business and most things related (Current GPA is 3.94). Being born in a business-backgrounded family, I learned things that school could not teach you. I have the tips and knowledge that would give me an edge; however, I just feel like doing "business" for the rest of my life wouldn't be fun or fulfilling. Is that true? I feel like engineering is fun because you always have to learn and you're basically building the future. I know it is a lot of schooling and work but I think I can get through it! Can anyone tell me how engineering jobs are like? And perhaps business too (prove me wrong)? Thanks for all input! Appreciate it!
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