A little background (bear with me here): I have an BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA with an Executive Leadership focus. The EE degree allowed me to move into pharma and medical sales early in my career. I wanted to be in the field, not a cubical. Then, I pursued my MBA as professional development towards Medical Sales District/Regional Management. I also have a husband who is a Consulting Engineer with Professional Engineering licenses for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. My sons are studying Medical Engineering/Robotics and Electrical/Computer Engineering. So you could say that our family has done a lot of research into engineering and off-shoot careers.
I also work with several Biomedical Engineers in my company. They are now in either medical sales or clinical specialist positions with medical device/technology companies. Salaries for these types of roles usually run from ~$80k to $140k+ depending on the type of sales/clinical support they provide. Biomedical can also be a good undergrad for Medical School.
Take some time and consider what you really like to do. What do you want your day to look like? Also, give yourself some room to understand that whatever you decide now, will not be forever. There's always going to be opportunities to shift your career, maybe multiple times, in the future with engineering as your foundation.
And have fun!