Another thing one should consider when trying to discover your career is what you enjoyed while you were in school, while comparing it to what subject/course you passed in high school. You might find yourself happily attending and enjoying a subject a lot, but then you always passed another subject. This means your career could lie within any of those, and therefore you need to consider and compare them.
WHAT YOU ENJOY/ ENJOYED VS WHAT YOU PASSED IN HIGH SCHOOL
While in school, you would realize that there were a few subjects that you enjoyed (and you also made distinctive results in). Your favorite class in high school could very well launch you into your future career, also choosing a career based on something you are skilled(subjects you excelled at in high school) at can help you excel and provide a secure future for you. Academic subjects translate well into future careers but may require more schooling than other types of careers. For example, if you loved technical drawing in high school, maybe you should consider becoming an architect or technical drawing related job.
What you are good at in school is different from what you pass in school. I never really enjoyed mathematics, but I always passed it while in high school. Sometimes you also find out that there are some subjects you enjoy but do not pass, and also those you pass but do not enjoy. Which is why you need to compare these two points individually and connect them to your dream career.
If you like attending the class for technical drawing but always pass mathematics, you could think about being an architect, a mathematician or even combining them both and being a civil engineer.
WHAT OCCUPATIONS COULD BE BASED ON WHAT ONE ENJOYED OR WHAT ONE PASSED IN HIGH SCHOOL?