The best way to know what career is right for you is by getting to know yourself better.
Many of us look at job postings and evaluate them based on what they say they need and what we think we can accomplish. They say we need someone to accomplish X Y and Z tasks, work this many hours, and we will compensate you this much.
And we think “I’ll take the job because it’s near my home and I can do X Y and Z tasks.” And that’s the end of it.
But the reality is you are likely to be more successful and more satisfied at work if you find a job that aligns with your interests, your abilities, and can give you the kind of environment in which you’re most likely to thrive in.