Well, you are certainly in the right part of the world for the work There was a time when I wanted to study geology too. One of my army buddies used to tell stories of his prior life as a roughneck and he was always jealous of the geologists that would sit in their trailer for weeks on end doing nothing aside from testing the samples left on their doorstep and staving off boredom. Seemed like a super easy paycheck to me
Ryan wrote:And I don't find it difficult. I'm probably sitting at an 80 or an 85 in the class, but when it comes to the labs, nothing seems to ever work out the way it should.
And yea, I plan on working for an oil company, probing underground for reservoirs and such. But there is alot more you can do with a geophysics major as well, but working for an oil company seems the most probable. Up in northern Alberta, oil is huge up there.