worth it?

<p>does it pay off, in terms of getting jobs and admission to grad school, to study engineering. I am definately interested in studying engineering, but I am also interested in other subjects as well. I constantly hear how hard engineering; it seems so demanding. time consuming, and difficult. I want to have a good time in college. any thoughts?</p>

<p>Engineering students are definitely among the busiest students on college campuses but they find time like everyone else to relax and have fun. While we enjoy engineering, it does get stressful and very demanding at times. Even people who love what they do can get stressed out doing it. </p>

<p>Does it pay off with jobs? That all depends on a number of things. Your grades, the school you go to, internship experience, how you present yourself in interviews, etc. If you are lacking in any certain area, you have to be able to make up for it with something else. And you really need to work hard to find internships and jobs because there is a lot of competition out there. The best way to get a job or internship is to be networked.</p>