I graduated with a degree in Modern Languages in 2014. I spent a year working full time and then started a Masters last September in something history related which I just finished. Now I'm going back to the same job full time that I was working at before (although it's a temporary contract, as I'm doing maternity cover). The job is fine but definitely not what I want to do for the rest of my life. I'm really not sure what to do now!
I'm 25, so not exactly at the very beginning of my working life anymore.
I'm thinking the options are this:
1) Look for something entirely different that appeals to me, changing my CV to emphasise skills from my job/education and cross my fingers that I get something.
2) Stick with my current career but look for a different job, that's hopefully more enjoyable.
3) Stay in academia and apply for PhDs.
The third option does appeal but although I loved studying, I don't have a clear idea of what I want to do for a PhD.
As for my career, I'm really not sure. Plus I've been on crappy money for the past few years and don't really want to go back into something low paid... Any advice?
I currently work in classical music publishing.
Start new career, stick with current career or do a PhD? Help!