Ask yourself the things you love to do, and find the career that matches that.. or simply go to the nearest College or High School, contact a counselor, and ask about a test that analyzes you and gives you a list of careers that matches your data.
ANY JOB with a pension plan, ideally a UNION job....you can waste your time in college, have to pay them back for the next 20 years..or have no debt and get paid even after you retire...you decide which life is best for you.
An aptitude test to get ideas. I think that school counselors can help with that. It will give you a lot of insight about yourself and where your gifts lie. For example, are you more inclined to use your right brain than your left brain? I have a career that utilizes my gift for abstract reasoning. Also, it pays well. Bottom line, you need someone to help interpret your results and give you some examples of how your talents might be applied. The goal is to do something that you love, and be compensated for it too.