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Civil engineering: Roads, site development, storm water control
Environmental engineering: Water and waste water treatment, pollution measures
Mechanical engineering: Design of equipment used for factory production or transportation
Industrial engineering: Design of equipment used in certain industries, such as aerospace.
Geological engineering: Stability of ground foundation or earth embankments etc
Hydrogeological engineering: Flow of water through the ground , mainly for water supply
Structural engineering: Design of buildings or civil engineering structures such as bridges
I think you should spend time participating in many kinds of activities, or you can travel around many places. This can help you broaden your knowledge about surrounding life, interaction with many things in real life, and then you can know what you really like. Or you can also find your passion since you were young until your present time. Ask yourself these questions would be a good idea to figure out your future career :
1. What were your achievements during your lifetime ?
2. What did you usually do in your free time ?
3. What are your favorite subjects ?
4. Do you like technology/business/art or something ?
I hope you will find your suitable career. Good luck.