Is my <3.0 gpa the end of my career?
I'm 4 years out of college, and have been interviewing for different roles with either REPE or institutional investors. I was a bit surprised when asked about my GPA since I'm at my second job out of school.
I transferred from a community college into a target school, and my gpa dropped from 3.8 to 2.9 for a combination of reasons - essentially I bit off a lot more than I could chew due to financial andissues. None of it justifies my shitty grade, but hoping the color can help with some insight.
That said, is my 2.8 gpa going to be the end of my career? Is there anything I can do to salvage the situation? I considered going back to grad school, but it's not financially feasible plus my gpa is probably hopeless.
Edit: My major gpa is around 3.3