My suggestion would be to take an aptitude test, not to have that decide your major, but generate some other potential majors that you may not have considered. I would also look into the courses required for the major. For example, I considered a civil engineering major, but that would require an immense amount of physics and upper level math courses such as differential equations, so I decided not to do that.
There isn't going to be a lot of difference between those majors in the eyes of an employer. From those three, pick what you think you'd like or even which professors you think you'd learn more from. Your major isn't what teaches you how to think as much as your teachers, your curiosity, motivation and other random factors will. And your career success will ultimately depend on personal factors far more than a few words on a piece of paper will.