Your options could fill a book, but here are some general areas available:
- if you like working with your hands, you might consider a technical or trade school, or possibly a union apprenticeship. Plumbers, electricians, and other trade professions enjoy good pay and a strong sense of achievement
- if you're so inclined, a career in the military can be satisfying. Only a small percentage of military go in harm's way, and the training can be applied in other careers, and retirement age is much younger than other careers, allowing you to retire and then continue with a new career while enjoying retirement pay from the military
- if you are considering a career that requires specialized training, then college is the way to go. Whether as a business executive or medicine or law or many other such careers, colleges can help you prepare for life. Colleges also are valuable because they expand your horizons on life opportunities.
- if you need to be earning directly from high school, there are many job openings in customer service and retail and construction work. Taking such jobs can pay off by helping you further explore the work environment and contemplate further education as you uncover future opportunities.
Thanks for asking. I do hope this helps you see some of what could be in your future. All the best to you.
AND, all of this can be mixed together. You could use college as an intro to military or becoming a trades professional, or attend specialized training courses while working in a job directly from high school.
You are asking right question here.
As you are good at math and have some interest in Math and Science, you have right attitude (working with others, take up Challege and travel). Success is guaranteed if you set your goal and put in hard work to succeed.
You explore the major in STEM field in college and there are lot of opportunities in the area in various majors.
STEM offers stable jobs and more in demand....US and across world, STEM has more jobs and in demand.
Engineering is good and brings you lot of opportunities any city or country in the world.
You can find the STEM career list on below link... explore the different careers/majors in STEM...see what interests you and find out the colleges who offers the major you like, ....
Explore your interests, envision your future. Use the me3 tool i came across below developed by ASU.
me3® is a simple interactive tool that helps you find a career that fits your interests. me3 guides you through a series of visual choices that reflect your levels of interest in data, things, people and ideas.
Hope this helps!
Good luck for all your future endeavors.