Hey guys! I haven't been on in a while but I've always trusted aD for good advice. I'm having the biggest career choosing dilemma of my life. I'm going to be a senior in high school, and I feel that I need to choose my career now or else I'll be taking a bunch of classes in senior year that I won't need. I can't decide if I should be an electrical engineer or a doctor, general practitioner. I know it takes a lot of time to become a doctor and a lot of hard work. The work load doesn't concern me too much. And I know I have the passion for both of the fields. The main stipulation is the amount of time it takes for the degree and scholarship money. Ohio State is pretty generous to students, but I don't want to go there for medicine because it takes the full 8 years. If I do medicine it will definitely be a 6 year accelerated program not at OSU. And on top of that, this might sound weird, but money is really important to me. Doctor's are much better off than everyone else in the US. So, job security and lots of money while sacrificing my life for 8 years(with residency)? Is it worth it? Any ideas?