I took Computer Science naively, not fully knowing the type of work it will consist of. I'm about to graduate with what is likely to be a First Class but software engineering isn't something I would enjoy + I do not feel like I fit in with most Computer Scientists; this may seem like a small reason but there are few things we have in common, I'm not into gaming/anime/those type of things most people in this profession have an interest in so feel a bit like an outsider. Spending lots of time bug fixing, and having little social interaction, software engineering/database management type of careers do not interest me.
I have heard that having a degree in itself is something which opens a lot of doors for you so I'm hoping this does hold true. I'd love to know what other careers a Computer Science graduate will be able to go into that allow for more social interaction and such, I understand they may pay less but if it's something I'll gain more day-to-day satisfaction from then it will be worth it in my opinion. Please no one line "deal with it" or "should've thought of it before" kind of answers thanks!