So, I am hoping for some opinions.
My background so far has been Mechanical Engineering with a second degree in scientific and Technical Communications.
Think, some 3D modeling, some graphic design in the Adobe Suite and Marketing work.
I’ve since graduation applied to jobs and grad programs.
Recently I now have the options: Architecture at Rensselaer PolyTechnic Institute
Sales Engineering job at a small startup that does Pressure Analyzers (Advanced Anlytics) that pays 45 k a year.
Electrical Engineering Graduate School at my undergrad (Michigan Tech University)
POSSIBLY, but they haven’t made an offer yet, entry level System Admin job for a community website in Boston.
My goal is to eventually end up in a job that lets me be creative but also express my engineering side.
Out of people’s experience on here, which of these routes sounds like it may have teh best possibility of being able to be creative?
I’m interested in Architecture but I’m hoping to make over 50 k in my entry level jobs if I can, at least.
The goal behind going back for Electrical Engineering is that I may be able to approach Apple in a few years (they don’t seem to hire Mechanical Engineers).
Thoughts? Helpful advice? Opinions on RPI as a graduate school? Opinions on maybe working first and then going back to school?