Great question. The way I see it, I think there could be a way to re-frame the same question to guide you toward the answer you might be looking for: what makes psychology a good career "for me"?
I'm making guesses here, but perhaps you may be considering psychology because of your kind and empathetic personality. Maybe you want to be able to help others through counselling. Maybe you just find it fascinating and want to learn more, but you're not sure if there are career prospects there. Whatever your motivation may be, if psychology is a subject you're genuinely interested in, there are plenty of ways you can make a career in psychology work. Add your knowledge on psychology to other subjects, such as biology or computer science (just to name a few examples), and you've got yourself hundreds of career paths that you can consider too.
For me personally, as someone with a minor in psychology, I've found it to be immensely helpful for the clinical research I've been doing. Understanding psychology allows me to get a glimpse of how we, as people, think and function. It opens my mind to more perspectives and ways of thinking, getting to explore the root causes of certain behaviours and fostering empathy for others. I find it endlessly fascinating, and highly relevant to my work.
Keep in mind that psychology goes beyond simple counselling or psychiatry. I would consider combining psychology with another subject of interest to see exactly what kinds of careers are out there. You might find something you never would've expected - it might even be your life's calling, if I can be a tad dramatic for a moment. Whatever you find yourself considering, my best advice would be to keep your doors open for potential careers.
Hope that helps, and best of luck.