if anyone has any advice or suggestions on this it would be much appreciated!I've just got back from a 12 month round the world trip and my head is spinning! I'm really at crossroads right now and can't decide what to do. I'm 23 and graduated from uni in 2005, and would really like to go travelling/working holiday again (once I've saved some money up - maybe 6 months down the line) but I'm worried that if and when I got back it would be even harder to enter the graduate job market than it would be right now because I had been away for so long. I went to Hong Kong, Oz, NZ, Mexico, America and Canada last time around working and travelling as I went along, and now I worry that if I go head first into a career now then I won't ever get a real opportunity to travel again without any commitments, especially when there is so many places I would still like to visit. I thought going away for 12 months might get the travelling itch out my system and get me ready for a career but all it has done is make me want to travel even more!
My degree was in business but I want to enter the construction job market, which would mean doing a masters conversion course which would take 1 or 2 years depending on if i studied full or part time. My concern for this is that maybe I would have spent too long out of education to get on a masters programme?
If anyone has been in a similar situation after coming back from travelling and has anything to offer please do so!