I really need some solid advice on how I should move forward with my life. Here is my background:
2012 I graduated with a bachelors degree in petroleum engineering from a university in Egypt. Couldn't find a job due to the political unrest in the country after the revolution.
Beginning of 2014 I worked for an oil service company operating in the Middle East, most of my work was hard labor and some engineering on the side. I remember working over 18+ hours some days (yes, employee protection laws are garbage) so after 11 months I quit due to a lower back problem. In 2015 I got hired by GE as a field service engineer, it was a crappy job that required a lot of manual labor. I would spend about 25 days a month in the desert or on offshore rigs. I hated my life and saw no future as I was learning nothing but handling tough work. My qualifications were supposed to land me much better jobs but that never happened. Also, my salaries were very low.
In Sep 2015 I moved to Canada to do an Econ graduate diploma in Concordia as it was the only program that accepted me due to my shitty undergraduate grades. I wanted to work in politics/economics/finance. However, after graduating with decent grades I never got calls for interviews and even my networking led to nowhere. So I took a sales call center job until I got fired since I was underperforming, I was very depressed.
May 2017 I moved to Toronto, been working as a barback in a restaurant while trying to find a decent job but due to my terrible background and lack of specialized skills I have not landed anything.
I'm currently 27 years old and no clue how to move forward. If you'll talk about my passion or what I like, in all honesty, money. If I could land a job with a great salary and promising long term potential I would take it no matter the cost/hours or sacrifices.
I've thought about going back and doing a Masters in Finance or maybe in IT, I think I could get in as my GPA was decent in the Econ graduate diploma.
What would people here suggest I do??