I absolutely agree with Mr. Ernst. After I graduated college with a bachelors degree in Psychology, I was working as a recruiter at a call center. It obviously wasn't my dream job, but there were parts of it I enjoyed. One day, I sat down and took a good long look at my resume, thought about what skills I had learned through my different jobs, and reflected on which parts of those jobs I enjoyed and which parts I disliked. Then I considered my own interests and goals - where did I see myself in 5 years? I wrote it all down and complied a list.
Taking all of that together, I decided to enter the field of higher education administration. It combines all the things I love (helping others, institutional organization, education, etc.) and challenges me to grow professionally every day.
Whatever career path you choose, let it be something you enjoy, that plays to your strengths, but also allows you room to grow as a person and as a professional.
Hope this helps!