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If you want a lot of money, get into investment banking or managment consulting. These majors require a high level of committment and hardwork for your undergrad, but it is feasible. Engineering is a great choice for undergrad! You will surely make good money and you can do an MBA after your undergrad to get into the business world. The first thing is to get into a good college, then you can decide your major.
If money is your only motivation for your career path, there is a strong chance that you won't ultimately be happy.
The secret to excelling in your work would be to find what you're passionate about, where your strongest skills/abilities lie and then partner the two in your career. Everybody wants to make a lot of money, but if you aren't happy with what you're doing you may find yourself feeling burned out and your performance slacking.
You are funny! My suggestion is NOT to focus on money. Do what you are good at or enjoy doing and the money will come...trust me. You need to be happy, too.
Look at which one would make you happy without looking at the money. Go for your passion and it will lead you to what you were meant to do in life.
Steve Jobs quit college because he enjoyed computers....look where that got him!
All successful people have said it too: Do what you are passionate about and the money will come.