You should go for the second option Electrical engineer technology. More usefull and you should be able to find job easy .
During the recession
At its worst in September 2009, the unemployment rate for engineers reached 6.4 percent, versus nearly 10 percent for all occupations. By the middle of 2011 it had dropped to under 2 percent.
My eldest got an honours degree in neuroscience. She is now a project engineer at a nuclear processing plant.
The second did a masters in biology - and is tech support for a communications company.
My son was the black sheep. He was idle with his school studies and didn't make it to university. He is now a successful computer games developer/programmer. He done good
Funny old world...........
Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditionis habes.
Does your dog hold any advanced degrees or competency certificates?
Is he gainfully employed?
in fact from 2008-2011 I made more (by an integral factor) than I ever did previously to that
it's one reason I can work in government now lol
my advice: do not go into engineering (or any profession) for the $$$, do it because you like it
you will be doing it for a long time and it will be a major part of your life