from the 2 which degree would be easier and most likely to get a job?
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- Thread Starter
- 22-10-2017 22:33
- 22-10-2017 23:12
As a fellow engineering student, I myself wondered which career path to choose. However, I then thought, Why limit myself to only one pathway when I can do a general engineering degree (mechatronics). But that's only because I get bored easily and hey, you could get a job in all the industries.
- 22-10-2017 23:14
Well, you could apply to a lot of them, and the chances increase of getting into any industry you choose.
- 22-10-2017 23:16
Civil has a reputation for being the easiest Engineering discipline, though this often comes with a lot of corresponding jokes about how Civil engineers aren't real engineers, and Aero sometimes is called the hardest discipline because it's very interdisciplinary. It's difficult to say which one is more likely to get you a job, because there are a bunch of factors involved, some of which you won't have an idea of until as late as 3rd or even 4th year.