What is in your opinion the best and worst engineering degree?
"Best" and "worst" in terms of making money, having a future etc.
The best one is going to be whatever you're parionate about. Knowledge work is extremely hard when it's not interesting at all.
The worst one will be the thing you don't give a fuck about.
Of course I am not worried for myself. I am interested in an objective answer.
For example, who would make the most money / be demanded the most: One who is extremely interested in computer science and went into a computer science program, or one who is extremely interested into aviation and went into a aviation program
STEM is a fucking joke. The only thing that separates it from the humanities is that that no one gets laid and no one gets a job better than the one they worked after graduation.
It just produces a class of miserable, bitter people who expected the world and were lied to by greedy academics.
Hahah as long as you can apply what you've learned and have got some personal ambition / entrepreneurship you are way better off with a STEM degree, as long as it is focused on industry rather than academia.
I don't know where you are from, but this is sweden.
94% got a job, 56% got a job even before graduating, 10% reached CEO-position after 3 years and 45% got leading positions within 3 years.
And with job I mean a job relevant to their field.