Many factors impact how successful a college graduate becomes, some of which are difficult to control, so picking a major just because you think it will get you a job or help you make a lot of money probably isn’t the best decision.
We "know" what it looks like to be part of a family as a child, or to be in college, and we know what it looks like to be married. But we don’t know what it’s supposed to look like between college and family life. This is not the life phase that sitcoms favor, and there is no special section in the bookstore between Young Adult Fiction and (Established, Home-owning, 401(k)-investing Adult) Fiction.
The right choice for you--either technical school or university--depends on the career goals you want to pursue and the type of institution that will best help you reach those goals.