I`m wondering, thinking about going back to school in a year, maybe two. Just for the fun of it, and because its free.
I was trying to figure out what types of education would be useful for society or myself. I`m thinking about engineering or.. well mostly engineering since I have always wanted to be one.
I don`t see the real value of studying sociology or dance, or history.. I see those more as fun subjects, and what people could read in their spare time.
What other subjects I have thought of:
-law: don`t go to well across borders
-economics: mostly about streamlining a company, reducing costs (in most countries = sees workers as inputs, not resources.)
So, I have kind of stranded on engineering. So, I want to ask you, what type of engineer would you be if you did it all over, and why? What jobs?
Me: production/mechanical engineer, how to produce things more efficient. Maybe that don`t go to well with the ERE mantra of producing "cheap trinkets", but it sure fascinates me. I would want to produce high tech stuff.. CNC-machines all over the place producing highly complex "stuff". :)