Well, those a very broad subject areas. There are hundreds of careers involving those subjects. For example, what kind of science do you enjoy?
Those who love the sciences often become engineers.
Software Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Genetic Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Structural Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Materials Engineer, Environmental Engineer
Biology can lead to a career in the growing field of biotechnology, as well as in pharmaceuticals or any of the medical professions. You can do research in a lab or apply current knowledge to hands-on jobs like pharmacist, EMT, nurse, or physician.
If you want a career that will have many openings in coming years and pays well, focus on the sciences, especially biotechnology and health-related fields. If you want to be happiest in your career, follow the studies you enjoy most, and do the best you can to work in that area. For example, if you want to be an artist but fail at commercial success, find work as an arts grant administrator or a manager at a gallery. Work in the same field, and do what you really love as a hobby. Some people even find happiness as a "starving artist."
Here's the list you asked for:
Fine Arts Painter, Muralist/Decorative Painter, Tattoo Artist, Sculptor (fine art; tombstone and monument design; architectural stonework), Lithographer, Printmaker, Photographer, Filmmaker, Animator, Director, Graphic Designer, Website Designer, Dancer, Choreographer, Theatrical Lighting Designer, Sound Designer for Film, Composer, Musician, Crafter of Musical Instruments Violin Maker, etc.), Script Writer, Actor, Theatrical or Film Set Designer, Theatrical or Film Costume Designer, Fashion Designer, Furniture Designer, Interior Designer, Landscape Designer, Architect, Structural Engineer, Urban Planner, Librarian, Herbologist, Botanist, Paleontologist, Archeologist, Anthropologist, Ethnographer, Art Historian, Art Gallery Owner or Manager, Antiques Dealer, Appraiser (of art or historical artifacts), Guide at Historical Sites, Taxidermist, Art Restoration Specialist, Literary Agent, Novelist, Historical Novelist, Science Fiction Writer, Magazine/Newpaper Review Writer (in the arts, film, theatre, literature, etc.), Cultural Attaché, Professor, Teacher, Software Engineer, Network Administrator, Chemical Engineer, Research Physicist, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Materials Engineer, Environmental Engineer, Metallurgist, Gemologist, Geologist, Seismologist, Marine Biologist, Oceanographer, Cartographer, Biologist, Biotechnology Researcher, Nanotechnologist, Geneticist, Entomologist, Veterinarian, Epidemiologist, Pharmacologist, Pharmacist, Dentist, Opthamologist, Optometrist, Physician, Nurse, EMT/Paramedic, Anesthesiologist, Medical Technician, Forensic Scientist, Coroner, Meteorologist, Astronomer, Rocket Scientist!
Answered By: Little Sisters of Pataphysics - 4/26/2011