Find something you like. If you enjoy it you'll do well, if you hate it you won't. It might be cliche but that's because it's true.
I went to school for degrees that I knew had the best return on investment but I wanted to work with computers. I received some bad advice, that it wouldn't pay well so I avoided it. I hated the classes I was in and it didn't go well for me. I decided I would do what I wanted to do and quickly found out it would pay off. Now I'm a software engineer and I'm really grateful I followed that path. I wish I had sooner.
Software engineer job start around 6 figures. If not It only takes a year or two to get above that. Once you have experience it's very easy to find jobs. It does often require a degree but it's worth it if you like computers and solving puzzles.
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Office jobs vary from Functional areas like Sales to Operations (Executing far reaching initiatives from inception of an idea to implementing it in a retail store) or Human Resources, or Information Technology, or Finance or Marketing, or Engineering. There are office jobs in different sectors so determine if you like a particular industry (Technology, Science, Health, Insurance, Entertainment, Communications/Media, Retail, Government, etc...). Research both functional areas as well as industries as any of these areas in combination with your mastery of these areas can lead to a 6 figure income if you put in the effort.
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A broad field that I beleive consistently has many openings and high starting salaries is engineering (e.g. mechanical or electrical engineering). Also Another field I like to mention is actuarial science. I conisder it a sweet spot for high demand, high pay, and reasonable work-life balance.
Also, as many other have said, don't get TOO caught up in the money. Make sure to find out what aligns with your interests and desired lifestyle.
So inside sales can make 6 digits. Most corporations have inside sales jobs as their entry position. Once you have been in the position at least 2 years, you usually can move up in the company.