I feel exactly the same. Also I think most people here are in school still right?
My dad would tell me I needed to figure out what I want to do, I realized there was not a single job I wanted
to do. So it all boiled down to money and not hating my life every day for it. So I went for something that minimized suffering/dread, wasn't above my intelligence or abilities and wasn't this uphill battle to achieve while making a decent enough income to never have to worry about finances again.
So now I'm working to be a tradeswoman. I thought I wanted to be a nurse for the longest time but in the end didn't want to handle people's disrespect for a living because I'm short tempered and thin skinned.
It has absolutely nothing to do with my hobbies or passions. It's a means to and end and the income will fuel my hobbies and a wardrobe full of expensive stuff.
In public school, and especially towards the end, they were always pushing this "take this test and find a career that is suited for YOU and your personality", it seems like this massive lie that we're all supposed to fall into these careers we love.