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There's all kinds of great paying jobs out there...what are you interested in? Are you a more creative person or a mathematical person? What kinds of things are you into? There is a lot of job occupational websites that show any and every existing job and about how much it pays and its expected growth in the next few years. I would look into that too
Do you like computers?? Networking is a great idea - AND it is only a matter of a few classes after to also get a degree in web design - they are very simmular. That would give you a lot of options. You could work for yourself, or work for a company that has a network (and now-a-days they all do). Just an idea! Oh - I know computers can seem scary sometimes, but networking is not very hard. It's just intimidating, so people leave it alone (also makes it high paying). To know networking and web also gives you a lot of op. for "side work" even if you work for a company.
Hmm...if you're into math, engineering pays extremely well. They deal with numbers everyday and they're not really their own boss, they work in companies and are given projects. There's all kinds of mathematics jobs that pay well out there, really well, in fact. A lot of people hate mathematics, i think if you take the right basics in college courses you will find a really good job. Look into everything in the math department in schools. Most schools offer counselors and academic advisors, they'll tell you what classes they think you should take to fit the interests you're in until you find something you love. It's a work in progress but trust me college gets you places! Just open your mind!