Do you think I will face alot of age discrimination at age 45? My college does have some pull for internships. In order to graduate, one of our classes is to complete an internship actually.Pros:
I’m biased as an engineer, but it is probably one of the best undergraduate degrees you can pursue. It will teach to how to think, analyze, be logical, and solve problems. In the end, it can help you with ANY future work.
Age discrimination is very real, and experience is also ultra critical. At the very minimum, can your school hook you up with at least one short (even part time) internship with a company? Your only chance is to snag some experience BEFORE you graduate.
Group projects as an engineering major suck ballz lol. (The rest is pretty cool if you like to geek out on stuff.)