Very true Farhan, but if you look at it this way
Will you consider a student with 700 GMAT and 5 years we, or a student with 570 GMAT with 5 years of we and is still employed.
Definitely the 700 one but try and work out a schedule before you plan to quit and see if its working. My job usually involves opening retail stores for which I need to travel 10 days in a month. I thought i wasnt able to justice so i invested in an iphone app from gmat club, so whenever i am travelling i study on the run. There are constraints in all jobs, am sure that yours might be tougher than mine since you are thinking of quitting but before you take that step please ensure you have done everything possible to overcome those constraints and then you need to take the hard decision. After all a major chunk of your management studies will also go under the topic of multi-tasking
. Good luck with the decision and wish you atb for ur studies. Posted from GMAT ToolKit