A four-year degree has become the bare minimum to win consideration for a well-paying career. Since you have it, be sure to spend your four years learning something both difficult (to train your brain) and interesting to you (so you'll enjoy the learning process)
This professional recommends the following next steps:
- Try as many different subjects as you can early on. Don't pigeonhole your brain in what's easy
- After you've shopped for up to two years, pick a major that's difficult and interesting at the same time.