I thoroughly enjoy my job! I work as a structural engineer, so I get to team up with architects to design buildings and spaces, visit construction sites, answer builders' questions and--at the end--see the physical results of my work.
There are many different types of engineering, from biomedical and chemical engineering to mechanical and electrical. This means that there are many different experiences and paths to take as an engineer that can match your personal interests and goals. http://www.egfi-k12.org/index_noflash.php is a great website that you can explore to learn a little about all the different paths you can take as an engineer.
With all of these choices available it can be a little overwhelming. For me, being an engineer is usually more than just the definition of my job and includes learning to problem-solve and communicate my ideas. I would highly recommend doing some research on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) competitions for students! (try: https://www.idtech.com/blog/ultimate-guide-to-stem-competitions-events). If one of the competitions is interesting, you can ask your teacher or counselor to help you get involved in the competition, which is an excellent framework for learning about a topic and for exploring the type of problem-solving and teamwork that you would experience as an engineer in the field.