G. Mark’s Answer
Well, the obvious answer is a job as a "mechanical engineer". Duh. But be aware that engineering disciplines all overlap quite a bit. All engineers need mathematics and all the technical fields. This sort of background prepares you for a whole host of other jobs as well. The sorts of projects you will be valuable for are tremendous. I've found though my career that my studies in every part of engineering have come in handy, and some in surprising ways. One of the things I've found as an engineer and as a manager for projects is that the engineering "mindset" and the "Global Engineering Process" are applicable to EVERY problem, from building a bridge to writing a song to baking a cake. The problem-solving methodology is universal. If an employer is savvy at all, they will realize that the engineer is useful for just about any situation or project or problem-solving. As an aside, a job as, specifically, a "mechanical engineer" will pay better than most, you may want to just look for a job that you enjoy. In general, if you enjoy a job, you'll be better at it. And frankly, enjoying your job is a great goal. So the answer to your question is, "pretty much any job".