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This probably won't be helpful, but in the early 80's, in the engineering building on the CU campus, I saw some graffiti that stuck with me:
Double the current,
Double the flux.
Double the homework,
Consequently, I'm now a software engineer.
If your son has desired areas to call home, he should probably consider the job market in that area. I didn't want to move to the bay area, so I changed my career path to match my goals.
I also make more in software than in EE.
But have him diversify and get his hands into as much as possible. EE covers quite a few areas of possibilities, never know what he might decide he likes.
Note: I'm just a master electrician with a 2 year degree who now gets paid to play automation engineer. So I may be a bit biased...