You have to do what you think will a) be engaging for you and b) what will make you a decent living.
I started out teaching college level Humanities and World Mythology, but discovered that, thanks to America being long winded on the impotance of education but empty in its actions, I went back to school and completed a medical degree at the doctorate level. While the pay in the new field was fantastic, it was not at all rewarding thanks to corporate greed and mismanagement and a total lack of real and sufficient patient education time. The result: I am now starting my own Welness Program design, wellness coaching and personal training company being that I am in the unique position of having expereicdena and credientials on the medical and fitness/nutrition (am also a NASM CPT) sides of the equation. Most people only have one side or the other, but not both, providing me with a great integration advantage. I loved teaching, but I couldn't get a full time job at colelge level since hiring adjuncts and TA's by the score was cheaper. I loved medicine but couldn't ahve any real impact on people beyond throwing drugs at them when most of them had problems solivable by other means that required more time. So now I am combining all my backgrounds into one roof and making my own company, which I hope will be successful.
My point here is that you are going to have to pursue what you are ultimately going to enjoy and find rewarding, both personally and financially. And you may have to try several firelds out to find out what that is. It could be law, It could be broadcast journalism (though I find nothing in the latter I would call real journalism anymore) or it cold be something entirely different.