Ah, I admit that other than knowing where it is, I'm ignorant about most else there let alone it's educational system. Here in Massachusetts we have guidance counselors available for 6 years before even getting to the time for advanced education.
I guess you're pretty much on your own for evaluating the direction your life should take. It is something you should do the most objectively honest as you can. There is a lot for you to consider.
One thing is finances. Many here pay for their education by going into long term debt. Holding a job while attending classes is possible, but can be exhausting unless done part_time / full_time and part-time / part-time can delay your entry into the work force. On top of educational expenses, there's living expenses. If you can live with relatives, friends, roommates it can help, but might be distracting.
I think your primarily interested in employability. You should request syllabi from the schools you're considering and try to get a current newspaper from where they are located. The syllabi will give you an idea of what the major will prepare you for and the paper can give you an idea of rental prices and job opportunities in the area.
Then you should consider where you will want to work after you graduate. Are you willing to relocate to anywhere and make new friends? Do you want to live in your home town near family and friends?