Hello everyone, I am wondering what your opinions are on going to graduate school if a job search isn't working out. While I would like to get a PhD, and always have, the fact of the matter is that I need money and cannot fund that type of commitment. The main problem with my resume is that it is too specialized. Even though I have gotten a lot of call backs, I get the feeling that the work I did in undergrad was too aerodynamics oriented to actually land me a job. I was thinking about going into grad school and get my Masters in combustion -this should open up my employibility immensely at the expense of pursuing my passion sadly. I would keep looking for jobs, but if I remain unemployed any longer my skills are going to degrade, I will lose contacts, and my motivation to continue to apply to companies is greatly diminishing every day. I think I've applied to over 100, I've lost count truthfully. Anyway, like I said earlier I would like to know if it is a good idea to go to grad school to open up employment doors at the expense of pursuing ones passion.