I think it's way harder for us to decide on anything because we're hyper-aware of all the different things we could be doing, the potential consequences of whatever decision we make, and all the different ways it could not work out. Others who might be equally aware possess the magic ability to shrug it all off and make a decision anyway.
It seems to me that college was pretty useless in terms of giving me marketable skills that employers actually look for. Unless you choose something fairly technical like engineering or architecture, I don't think it matters much what you end up studying in college. I had the best time exploring and figuring things out during my undergraduate years..college really provides you with the space and resources to develop your INTP-ness..an academic setting is the only one where it's socially acceptable to spend hours researching stuff lol. So, definitely pick something you think you'll like learning about. You can always supplement your courses with internships if later on you find you're particularly interested in something.
this was in response to luxurieux..I'm not sure yet how this reply thing works