Hey all- I'm going into my 4th (and final) year of college to get a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Architecture @ Lafayette College. I have a full resume, decent GPA (above a 3.5) at a top 25 school and more experience/internships than any of my classmates. HOWEVER, every year I find a new place to work. [Navy.. Air Products] large successful companies I start to regret my area of study. I've gotten offers for after I graduate, but... I don't think I'll ever wake up and say "I love my job". Yes... I know everyone says "you have to do what you love," but how often does that happen? Part of me wants to do what everyone else does and just take the offer. The other part of me doesn't want to go into a career souly because I'll be make a decent salary. I've asked multiple people who work at these companies, and some say they enjoy it and the others say how they have a paycheck that pays for wha they want in life... I come from a family with 5 siblings with no money. My father had 2 heart surgeries and a permantly disabling stroke before I was 13. I'm the oldest male, so I took on responsibilities early. Now, I want to be able to live and enjoy having money. BUT, I want to ENJOY making money. I'm not sure if this is just a rant or something that you all can help me with[or in the right section of the forum, sorry]... but I'll appreciate ANY advice. Nothing anyone says will be wasted. I just want to hear as much as I can before its too late. Thanks in advance.