How to use a finance career as an excuse to see the world?
So I am headed into a top US MSF program and have a background in boutique IB, corp fin in Europe, and am headed into an investment management/research position.
I'm fortunate to be from a family that is well off financially, and as a result my salary is more a means for me to establish independence and use it as a way to experience life, so I'm not super pressed on it. A few years down the road I have the option to pivot to the family business, etc... Part of my rationale for a finance career is understanding the business operations, and to 'talk the talk', and generally become a more sociable and professional individual.
I had the chance to live in Europe for a few months for aand absolutely loved seeing different ways of living, eating, art, culture, history, etc... and want to keep exploring. IB and other careers like it are so time consuming that I don't believe that I would really be able to enjoy much of my life beyond work. I'd love to travel with my family but they are so busy that we hardly find any open windows, especially for going abroad.
I was hoping to hear any suggestions for career paths with my background or experience that I can use as a means to see the world. I'd love to live in/visit Singapore (my siblings went there for 3 months for an internship and loved it), Hong Kong, much of Europe, and even more obscure places.