You can start college and still be unsure
Some high school seniors feel pressured to know their major before enrolling in a college or university. In reality, most schools allow students to remain “undeclared” up until the end of their sophomore year. While you are undeclared you can still take core credits. Core classes (usually around 60 credits) encompass subjects such as basic math, world history, English, philosophy and other areas of study that the school deems necessary. You will have to take these classes no matter what you major in.
Read up on career outlook
In this economy and changing world of technology, some jobs are becoming obsolete while other careers will continue to grow. Read up on what careers will be in demand upon your graduation and the following years. Current hot careers include nursing and engineering.
Listen to your heart
No matter what the world is saying, happiness is one of the only ways to be successful through out life. Don’t major in a subject that you have zero interest in just because your parents or the media thinks that it will lead you to a promising career. If you get up everyday and you love what you do, it will never feel like work. No matter if you go into a field where you make 30k a year or 150k a year, doing work that you find boring will leave you feeling unsatisfied. Get creative and have a plan on how you can use your passion to make money upon graduation. Try getting an internship in this field for motivation. Seeing others living your dream will help you be satisfied with your choice of major.