But the real issue here is for you to decide what interests you the most, and pursue the direction that interests and motivates you the most. Long after the thrill of a new job or a steady paycheck subsides (as it almost always does with time), real interest and engagement in what one does on the job every day will help you stay motivated and make you more content. That's why I usually advise people to pursue what interests them if at all possible, because that's the best guarantor of a good career and as happy a work and life experience as one can get.
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