Your analysis may be correct, at least in your area, but the bottom line is the PM consulting and Maintenance Planning...
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both pay very well compared to the average job the average person is working these days. For that reason, I would put pay aside and ask yourself what you enjoy. Since you feel planning is "cool," it sounds like you would enjoy that more. I'd head in that direction.
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