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Well, usually science and math does come together.
To be honest, if you are looking for high-paying, any career will do. Seriously, if you can truly love and devote yourself to your career, there is nothing you cannot achieve.
So it doesn't matter what career you chose, as long as you like it. Look towards your intrests and your hobbies.
From what you said so far, maybe Bio Research may be a good career for you.
There are plenty of science-related jobs for those not good at math such as doctors, nurses, biology / chemistry researchers. They're pretty much only required to take a basic level of math.
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