The job outlook for all biological science graduates is…not robust. There are just too many recent bio grads entering the job market every year.
That fact coupled with the fact that 60% of those who apply to medical school every year do not gain a single acceptance means that pre-meds are advised to have a Plan B career option.
If you want to remain in healthcare, here’s a website with searchable database that can help discover some healthcare-adjacent jobs
Many of the better paying jobs require additional specialized training post college graduation.
Your other option would be to continue as bio major, but improve your post-graduation employability by taking some additional math classes (stats, probability, biostats, applied math), learning some computer programming or scripting skills (MATLab, R) and doing industry (agriculture, pharmaceuticals, environmental services) internships during undergrad.