Which of these careers is the best option?

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    Hello! I'll start my career and my university offers these options:

    B.S. Chemistry and Nanotechnology Engineering
    B.S. Mechanical Engineering with minor in Industrial Engineering
    B.S. Biomedical Engineering

    I really like the three options, so I'd like to know which one of them has the best future. My first options would be Nanotechnology and Biomedical, since I've read they are the future of science. But which is your opinion?

    Also, I'm from Mexico and I'd like to know if it is possible to foreigners to work in the US or Germany. Unfortunately, these professions are very poorly paid in my country so it would be good if I could leave. I have a great level of English and a B1 in German (which I'm planning to keep studying).

    These are all very different subjects, you may find it easier to identify your preferences and then narrow it down according your research. Visit prospsects.ac.uk for more info.
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