I have just recently started an apprenticeship in investment operations, and i am having some concerns.
The apprenticeship scheme is really good, or so they say it is, because i get to move to a new section every 2 months or so. This means that i will get to work in the front office - which are client facing roles, something that i would love to do.
However, i have started in the back office, which is basically administration and it is already getting me down because i find the work so tedious, and i know this is definitely not what i want to do. So my dilemma is, do i stick it out for the next year and a half until i finally get moved to the front office (which would mean a year and a half of doing something i hate) or do i stick with it for a bit longer and then go to uni next year, to do economics?
Another thing that is getting to me is not going to uni, i feel like i am potentially missing out on what could be some of the best days of my life. I didn't even apply for uni, but now i have started this apprenticeship i wish that i had gone.
What should I do about my apprenticeship?
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