I'm 18 and currently a junior at the University of North Florida. I was double-majoring in History and English with a minor in education, but I realized that the job world isn't kind to liberal arts majors. Also, the teaching field is not actively hiring English or history teachers. I'm keeping my one History major and education minor just in case I manage to land a teaching position.
I'm dropping my English major and picking something else up. I was considering Business Management or Accounting. I'm not too keen with the first one, because I can't see myself as a good boss and I'm not good at schmoozing or persuading or anything like that. I'm not a math wizard, but I am an excellent critical thinker, I am very organized, I'm good with memorization, and I'm good at researching. I've heard these traits are what accountants should have.
Should I try accounting or is there another major with a "stable" job market I can take up?