You like math but don't want to teach it. You love science but don't love blood and guts. You're not sure at all what you want to do, but you know college is in your future.
The resources below can help you figure out what your future might hold.
College Exploration Consulting
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O*NET: Click through this online survey that gives you detailed lists of possible careers based upon your selections. You can choose how much additional education you might want and see which of your selected careers are in-demand or green.
Virginia Education Wizard: Click through this online survey to determine a list of possible careers. You can also sort Virginia's many universities by size, location, etc.
My Road: College & Career Assessment provided by the College Board
Keirsey Temperment Sorter II: Online assessment similar to Myers Briggs
Understanding Your Future
Bureau of Labor and Statistics site gives you some hard numbers about how much your major can expect to earn upon graduation.
Washington Post article talks about which colleges graduate students with the highest salaries.
NPR Most Lucrative Careers: Interesting data and graphs outlining the most and least lucrative careers for those figuring out their majors.