Although I have shied away from discussing anything personal about myself on this board, I am curious as to what a person who does not know me at all would say about the dilemma I am curiously facing. Currently everyone I have asked has given me predictable advice, given that they share background or interests with one of the choices. So I am a fresh grad. And I have to make this decision by Monday night: 1. Accept a Fulbright and teach in Germany for a year. I am fluent in German and one level shy of native fluency and would love to attain that. I also just miss Germany (I lived there last year) and the Fulbright is of course a prestigious award. I am also considering doing graduate school in Europe. I do want to be a teacher, but not in the next 15 years or so. 2 take a management-role job I've been offered a web content engineer/information architect role at a subsidiary of one of largest banks / financial institutions in the country. Normally the idea of taking a job doesn't compare to Fulbright, but this is a non-entry level job and not just your regular web design/development job. My Uni background is not in computer sciene, but rather International Relations and Economics (but not finance). Not only would I get to manage teams at age 22, I would also learn a great deal about investment banking. I have this feeling that this job fell on my lap due in part ot dumb luck and I fear not being able to get such an opportunity again. I've mulled it over or 2 days now and I still haven't a clue. I want to do both. But I can only pick one. And my choice depends on my mood, which doesn't help. If you were in this situation, what would you pick?