When faced with a long list of different careers and job titles, most people give up due to the overwhelming amount of options. I'm not trying to confuse you or make things more difficult, I'm simply offering some help with choosing what to do for a living.
I've come to the conclusion of tutoring! You might think that is a strange idea but let me continue to tell you why. Tutoring in itself is a rewarding job and the income is good if you have enough students.
However that's not exactly going to help you decide which career to select, but hang on. Consider this, that as a tutor you get to try out a number of subjects "as a job", when you teach them to people. That means having a pretty good idea on what it would be like adopting those topics as a professional and get paid for it. You'll discover that, although you're simply teaching the field and not taking part in that specific industry, it's different in practice and business than what it is in study.
Another thing is that it forces you to approach the topic from a different angle. Often the reason why a person in school or university finds it hard to decide on a career, is because the only experience they have about that subject is studying it, so it's difficult to see it any other way. How can you decide on something if you can't be objective about it? The answer is to teach it to someone, this allows you the opportunity of dealing with the subject on a larger scale giving you a clearer and bigger picture.
I'm not saying it will provide you with a flat out answer, but at least you'll have an idea. Rather try out a few subjects by means of teaching them to people, than going no-where and doing nothing about it because you're unsure.
If you would like to know how to become a tutor, then check this link out: bloomstutors.com.au/qa/view/2-how-do-i-become-a-tutor
Enjoy and good luck.