Need help with deciding education/career?

I have an AA degree in Business Administration, and I almost have a full BS of accounting degree but decided during my internship that it wasn't for me. So at 22 I decided to go into Court Reporting, and I went to school for it for a year and would have stayed with it (I really liked it), but I got tendinitis in my wrist, and had to give it up. Now, I'm 23 and I have no idea what to do. I know that sounds really young, but I married my high school sweetheart right out of school, and we have two children, so I really don't have a lot of time to keep changing my mind (plus my husband is getting a little irritated with how much school I go to and never finish!).

I'm good and math and science (or at least I was in HS, but I only took basic math/science classes when I went to college the first time, just what was required to get my degree). I was thinking about getting into secondary education teaching physical science, but I don't know how “in demand” that particular avenue of science education is.

Does anyone have any other suggestions. I'm good at math, science, English isn't my strongest area, but I'm not terrible at it. Like I said I have all my general college education credits that can transfer to any degree, but I know I'll have to do probably another 3 years though.

By the way health science is also an interest. I was originally in Nursing school and switched to Business because I got pregnant and was horribly sick (which wasn't good in a hospital setting).

I think you need to think about career/education NOT education/career.

Decide what job you want to do, and start doing that job, and if you have to, go to school to improve yourself/advance/something.

Don't worry about is “in demand” today: that will change in just a couple of years. Start doing something you like, and see where that leads you.

It might be good to work for a while, and learn more about what you do and don't like. If you can't find a job, then find a good volunteer gig. If you think you might be interested in teaching, volunteer at a local school.

You probably want to do some career exploration (your school's career center can help).

Read and, the books being _The Adventures of Johnny Bunko_ and _What Color is Your Parachute_.

Think about your dream job. Then ask people who are doing things in your dream job, or similar to your dream job, and ask them how you should get started doing that. They will certainly recommend learning, and they may suggest college, but there are many jobs, and many paths.

A person who knows what they want to major in may not get a job, or a way to make a living. A person who knows how they want to make their living can then follow the right path to get to that goal.