I finish university in May and graduate in July this year, I have plenty of savings to do any kind of travelling after uni. I am hoping to go into Investment Management as a career. Currently have no job offers - but I do have a temporary employment offer at a small Financial Planning firm in Croydon that would start in August 2016. I also have an offer for a voluntary scheme in Phillipines starting in September 2016.
1) Stick around for summer and sit some professional exams, then go travelling/volunteering until December?
2) Go travelling straight away in June and worry about finding a trainee investment management role when I come back.
3) Go on holiday until I graduate then focus on finding a graduate role.
My two worries are: If I go and can't find anything I want when I get back, or if I dont go and still can't find anything I want and I've wasted time.
What would this do to my job prospects when I return? I have an internship at a large bank in accountancy, and some work experience at a boutique investment management firms. Also from a Russell Group uni.
How many months off after university?
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