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06 Jan 2005, 13:24
hey another question for you...
i am now 23 yrs old
710 gmat 44M 42V
3.5 gpa GWU honors
Import Policy Analyst @ Dept of Commerce (just started) before that sporadic empolyment w/ focus on band and touring.
solid community involvement post college.
i am trying to decide when a good time to apply to schools might be. i would like to know how much salary may impact my application strength. at the job i am looking at guaranteed raises each year and by Nov 2007 would be maxed out at the current position around 70,000. would a 10,000 income difference make a huge impact on my application?
basically i am contemplating applying for 2007 or 2008--the later would be 5 1/2 years out of school.
Most students in the top 15 average 4-5 years of full-time work experience. Temp and part time do not count. We typically recommend from 3-4 years of solid full-time experience, although some require less.
And no, current salary most likely will not effect post-grad salary. _________________
As always the answer is... Depends. . What were you doing at these temp jobs. Temp carries a negative connotation and if it only for a few months and / or during undergrad and / or part-time it doesn't really count. _________________