I prefer the academic subjects. I can read a book about science for hours and not get bored, but give me a book about vocational subjects or the arts and I will get bored very quickly. However, I think I have more respect for people who like creative studies. Anybody can pick up a book and learn academic or vocational subjects, with enough work and dedication put in anyway. Creativity is not really something that can be learned. Creative people are inspiring. :)
Creative, because I am a very creative person who is into art, drawing, designing, painting, etc... and I'm not too bad at it either.
However, I have to agree with Temptress. Academic subjects do tend to lead to more money, but it can go either way. Some artists/designers make more than an accountant, or business person. It just depends.
I agree with u on that one Angle...bottom line is, it can really go either way depending on the situation, which academic or creative job, what ur title is in that job and how many degrees you may happen to have as well.
I think those that can go for academic subjects usually make the most money, but my personal preference is the creative one. Perhaps it is because I myself am on the more creative side.
academic and creative