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Do you know what you want to be? I would make a list of as many jobs as you can come up with and then look the jobs up and check out the qualifications. Keep in mind that an Associates Degree can be just as good, if not better, financially than a general liberal arts undergraduate degree.This is because you would be trained for something specific and useful. Be careful that whatever you do, either you are content with being in that position and salary for your career or there is a career path upwards.
I recommend getting some of the lower level classes done at a community college (make sure the credits will transfer to wherever you want your degree from.) Also, you can sometimes take a test to test out of courses. This can save money too. (It's called a CLEP test.)