Physical Therapist Assistant & Academic Mentor
I would recommend taking multiple career aptitude tests and seeing what the results are. I had always taken for granted that I would study business because that's what literally EVERYONE in my family has done. Always. But by the time I was a Sophmore in college, I felt pulled in a million different directions and found subjects like art, teaching, and politics all more interesting.
I ended up taking nearly a dozen* assessments in order to see what different algorithms would create for me. Almost everyone listed medicine as a strong suit which was a HUGE surprise. But honestly, I love it and have been able to combine medicine and teaching successfully.
Odds are your school will have tests that you can take for free if you reach out to a guidance counselor, the US Dept of Labor also has one for free (https://www.mynextmove.org/) and I've also heard good things about this test (https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test)
*You don't need to take 12 btw, I just tended to freak out a lot when I was unsure of my future career path. Still do.