What are the perks of architecture vs electrical/computer engineering and what is more tiring
Two complete different diametrically opposite subjects / careers. Architecture is about designing / creating / conceiving spaces for people to live, work and play in and electrical / computer engineering is about using computers or electronics to solve specific problems.
In the world of architecture, the architect is responsible for giving the engineer the headache of actually building the building designed.
My understanding is that architecture is pretty competitive and bottom end jobs are not glamourous by any stretch. Electronic / computer engineering is open ended with the best easily earing good money. That said, there are lots of mediocre engineers who make a reasonable living easily. Find out more about each before committing.