>have an engineering degree
>a few years after graduating I finally am doing well in graduate job interviews
>have interviews in commercial role at large company, a civil service role, another slightly more technical Civil Service role, and a strategy consultant role
>have job interview as well for an engineering role that matches my degree, at a large nuclear employer
The engineering job is in the middle of nowhere, while the others are all in London. It pays the least. I have no idea what sort of progression is possible or the timescales.
I always thought that I'd go in to a technical career. Do I need to man up and accept that in a service and financial services focused country, going in to stem is career suicide?