Engineer looking for advice
I wanted to know if anybody had any general advice on my situation.... To summarize it, I'm an engineering major from a top engineering school that will graduating in a year or so with a masters degree. I have solid engineering intern experience in the energy industry, and I recently got an offer at a larger asset management firm as an investment analyst.
I know that I eventually want to open my own fund, but I'm not quite sure if I'm making the jump to finance too early on in my career. On top of that, I have multiple six figure engineering offers, and I aspire to get an MBA in the future... but my fear is that if I pursue engineering for a few years, I won't be able to move back into buy-side finance (or it will be extremely difficult to do so).
With this being said, does anybody have any suggestions. Should I take the asset management offer or go into engineering?