Is it a good idea to submit a paper when you are about to leave academia, say in the next year?
In my field (Mathematics), the review progress is typically very long (At the moment I'm waiting for the first review for almost a year). I do not want to receive a review while I'm in the middle of a new job (probably without access to other academic people, articles, books, etc.). On the other hand, I've done something which is worth to published somewhere.
Should I submit it? How can I improve the length of the review (e.g., by chosing the journal?)?
Edit: Some details: I'm about to finish my PhD and I have no co-authors for the latest paper who could handle big parts of revisions.