Haven't seen anything really posted in a while about this. I'm graduating this year and I honestly have no idea what to do. I've got about 45k in student loans to pay back and I've spent the last 3 years on school entirely. 80-90 hours a week of studying for the past 3 years. This is my plan, move to San Francisco as I've always wanted to, get a decent paying job, and live a little for once. My question is what kind of job should I look for or that would look best for my application? I've got experience doing chemistry research(5 months), clinical research(5 months), night manager in food(6 months), a property management job(1yr 2months), and most recently Genetics instructor for a supplemental course at my university. Additionally I'll probably spend my senior year as an instructor and doing nanomedicine research. I've got a lot more experience than a lot of people graduating with me. Additionally I am a cell biology major with a 4.0 that I hope will hold. Does it look bad if I take a job purely for the money? What is the best possible use of my gap year? Edit: If there is already and existing thread about best use of your gap year please send it my way.