Then pick some on the non-eliminated end and see if you can connect with any professional/ senior in this space. Ask them "what does a day in your life look like?". Does it match with your idea of life? If it is an outright no, eliminate. If it is yes or maybe, this goes in your "try" bucket.
Also, know that you might find your calling after trying out ten different things. So, while you will have to pick up a major, focus on choosing a few fungible knowledge areas and skills - e.g. basic analytics and number crunching, basic micro and macro-economics, fundamentals of human psychology, communication and presentation. These will help you transition into any area when you find the fit.
I have been a Registered Nurse for 12 years and working in Health Care for 17 years. I can tell you now that many RNs are changing their minds and going back to school or changing careers.
Don’t feel like you need to make a decision right out of high school. Take some general pre-requisite courses which will give you more time to think about which career path to follow. You can also be very successful without going to college. There are many career paths you can take that don’t require a college degree! Just take your time and don’t stress over it.