Wow what a question! It's an exciting question, because I get to tell you a wonderful truth: there is no single "usual" job after college. In fact, the fragmentation of career options after college is HUGE. Students who graduated from NYU (where I got my Bachelor's degree) ended up working in over 30 industries. The largest five were Entertainment/Media at 16%, Finance at 13%, Teaching at 9%, Healthcare at 7%, and Fashion/Retail/Consumer Products at 5%. But that doesn't even cover half of the class! So there's obviously a huge amount of variety in what you can do. Fortunately, there is one way you can narrow things down a bit: by focusing one major at a time. For example at NYU students who majored in Finance usually end up working in finance, students who majored in social work became social workers, and students who majored in chemistry ended up being chemists. So my recommendation to you is to start thinking about what types of jobs you might be interested in and work backwards to make a short list of majors you might be interested in (2-3 should be a good list to start with).