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.