As Cyndi mentioned, how much money a business person can make can vary quite a bit depending on the position and experience. Some folks even start their own businesses rather than work for others, although most start a business after getting experience first.
I'd recommend reading, and doing some thinking before looking into pay and salary data. A few websites to start getting a sense for what people in business do might be Bloomberg, Reuters, CNN Money, Forbes, SeekingAlpha, etc.
Personally, I spent many hours reading and thinking before I understood what I wanted to do for work.
Taylor recommends the following next steps:
- Make a list of interests: What excites you from what you've read? Spend a few weeks doing this.
- Find out what job titles do those things: Start at a place like this website: https://www.thebalance.com/job-titles-4073125
- See for yourself: Glassdoor.com comes to mind and I'm sure there are others, but find out how much people make doing things you think you might enjoy.
- Come back with more questions!