I'm currently working for a seemingly great company. However I don't really feel challenged, often bored with the work I get and sometimes even flat out don't have any work to do. Furthermore the operation and organisation in the company seems highly sloppy to me. I'm already planning on quitting this job in a few months in order to begin studying my masters degree.
Since I was little, I was told that a gap in my resume/cv is a really bad thing if I want to get hired, but how bad is it actually? Is quitting now, when I only have to do a few more months, worth the gap? Or is it best to just suck it up and stay until I start studying again?
I don't feel like I'd be able to get a new job for the time between now and the start of the new semester because I'll be moving when the semester starts.
Edit to clarify some things: Obviously the 2 years (atleast thats the time it should be in the best case scenario) I'm studying for my masters degree won't be an issue, since I was improving knowledge etc. and can provide the time I was there in the resume. I am more worried about the gap from now to the start of the semester. I'm also not worried about the money.