Unsure if I should go down the aerospace route or the dentistry route in the UK

Hey everyone,

I am stuck right now between these options:

If I do Maths/Chemistry/Biology then I will go down the medicine/dentistry route. This is not something I really enjoy, but it is what I have to do for a stable job and high salary.

This was what I had in mind when I went on a gap year between high school and 6 form. During my gap year, I became very interested in space.

I am now considering doing Maths/Chemistry/Physics and going down the aerospace route. I am not very good at maths, physics or engineering but I love space and I believe I can work hard to get the job done.

However, when I look at aerospace in the UK, I am disillusioned by the low salaries, especially for the work that I have to do for the degree. There are many stories of people who graduated but never found work.

Is it possible to find out about any aerospace experience, and if so, what is the best career path? Is it stable? Are there many job opportunities? Is the uk’s average salary as good as it appears? Physics is it really difficult?

Which should I choose: Aerospace or dentistry?

We are grateful for your understanding.

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