I'm asking this for a few reasons.
-I think I might have "failed" but not sure when to throw in the towel. I pretty much used my entire network (nontarget, very small alumni base) to get a corporate banking internship and didn't get a return offer.
-Have been looking for jobs but most of it is cold calling and cold emails. Also this is a weird time of year given the holidays so I'm not getting much.
-low gpa (3.2) so I'm not sure about my chances at grad school.
Now obviously I probably could get a random back office job that will make it impossible for me to transfer and could get me stuck. When should someone throw in the towel? Obviously sometimes not everyone can making into banking and I understand that. I was always told, top performers will know who they are very early on. Top performers are the ones who make boat loads of money and if you are not a top performer it's not worth it.
Now I don't want to quit or give up but it seems like I'm out of options? My backup is to apply to a STEM grad school (thinking medicine because I was also a bio major and enjoyed it)