As I know, after graduation, some people will go travelling before they get a full-time job. But some people think if you do this, you would lose the best timing to interview for jobs. What's your opinions?
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I took a gap year after secondary school (before uni) and another half year after completing my BSc (before my MSc) and it definitely helped me a lot to learn about myself! That's also how I discovered languages and starting learning Spanish in Spain and, later, Portuguese in Brazil. Even if you are not going to work in a different language or with international collaborations (and, hence, need another language for communication) the sheer international experience makes you more attractive to many employers, especially those employing people from different backgrounds.
If you are considering whether to go or not right now I would recommend you to go! It's an incredibly valuable experience for yourself and perhaps it will make a job choice later easier for you.
I was lucky that my job allowed me to travel. I consider it as a gap because it was not "fully" related to my study.
Travelling was just awesome! I loved it! Unless your job allows you to travel in between, I'd say "GO out there!" because you never know when you'll be able to do it afterward.