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Before transferring schools, please make sure all your credits will transfer with you. Depending on your classification may mean you have more time to think about what your major should be. I would make a list of what I would like to do even if I don't get paid for it. Then research what it would take to complete a degree in that field. You may want to try an internship in that field with a major company to provide more insight about the responsibilities of a career in that market.
Above all else, make sure that whatever course you take makes you feel fulfilled and happy.
Every person is different, and since I don't know you or your interests, I can't give you a solid answer. That said, I do believe I can offer some guidance since I was in a similar situation about 10 years ago when I was in college.
Pick a major with classes you find interesting, and don't worry about what you are going to do with the rest of your life. You have plenty of time to figure that out later!!
You would be very surprised at the amount of career options there are for any major you choose. For example, an individual graduating with a sociology major could go to law school, become a teacher, journalist, editor, go into non-profit work, media, social services, law enforcement, marketing, sales, human resources, real estate, insurance, etc.
Best of luck!