Just wanted your honest opinion/input on my situation...
currently I have 1 1/2 years experience at a pretty well know bank (not
but my job has been type of role...no real chance for additional responsibilities,
leadership, growth etc...feeling kind of frustrated...plus the money is not enough to
support my living cost plus student loans in the northeast...
thinking about moving back home (international) to start studying for various things
like gmat, CFA, etc that would help me get a /MO investment type of role...(analyst, associate etc)
probably go get a 1 yr masters and "try again" with the whole recruiting process in general...
I'm worried that I would have a gap in my resume and employers would question that fact...but the
bottom line is financially, I can't survive here without a decent paying job...and I'm not even looking
for great pay either...just enough to support myself
do you think moving back home and "trying again" after 1 yr is a good idea? anything besides studying
(ie community service/volunteer/part time jobs unrealated to finance etc) that I could do to help employers know that moving back was due to financial situation as opposed to
"quitting" and leaving...
any advice/input/suggestions are greatly appreciated...thanks