I also would suggest banking, as this is currently the most volatile and bubbling sector with the economy beginning to wriggle out and come free. Banking has multifarious areas of work, involving savings, business, loans, audits, marketing, public relations, corporate social responsibility, fund management, export payment co-ordination, bills, credits, teller, cashier etc., which can be very interesting and you have lot of growth options depending on your aptitude and capability. With so many private banks now in the market each trying to excel the other career options are aplenty. The computer field is stressful, and highly taxing. This is a highly competitive area where you deliver, perform or stagnate and get the bench. This field is ever changing and demanding. its very difficult to be satisfied these days with the computer related jobs considering the nature of work and the challenges.
Life is full of opportunities commensurate with your capabilities, aptitude and abilities. All you need to do is make the best choice based on your potential and interest. Look for a career not a job.