Hi everyone, new poster here to the forum.
I checked the search function on the forum and wasn't able to find the answer I was looking for in regards to recruiters, so I apologize if this has been asked before.
My question is in regards to how recruiters/employers view pre-MBA salaries, particularly if the salary is a bit on the low side.
Do recruiters and employers care about your pre-MBA salary when it comes to offers, or are many offers for post-MBA jobs a standard compensation offer?
I'm curious to see whether a low pre-MBA salary can badly hurt earning potential (for instance, someone with a pre-MBA salary of 35k-40k making the jump to 60-70k'ish range? Is that outlandish?), or do these people care more about who you are, the experience you have, and perhaps your performance/involvement in B-school (MBA internships, consulting/investment projects, club projects) when looking to hire you?