Hi everyone. I am going into my second gap year and am applying for the next cycle. I have scribed and worked in research along with all of the other typical pre-medical/gap year jobs. I am moving to another state and am not looking for another $10-$15 per hour job. I was recently offered a job as an independent broker for a life insurance company that pays exceptionally well for someone with no experience. Does anyone have experience working a non-traditional gap year job like this? If so, how did medical schools view this? Any advice would be very helpful. Thanks.