Job Hunt taking years off my life
I feel like I'm at such a dead end and I'm only 22. How could this be? I just settled for a bullshit finance call center job just so that I can have a paycheck and get licensed after 5 months of being unemployed and I feel that this was a big mistake but I don't know why. I'm worried that this experience won't transition into anything I really want to do since it will be mostly picking up phones and answering client questions. I really want to break into. I recently had a couple final round interviews in private wealth but didn't get them and this crushed me, ultimately driving me to give up and settle for the call center job. I know I'm most likely being dramatic but I can't sleep with the thought that I'll be a nobody at a call center. Am I making a huge mistake taking this job and ultimately ruining my chances of getting a great entry level job or will this be a good thing getting licensed and getting some client experience?