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Submit application unemployed [#permalink] New post 26 Aug 2012, 17:05
Dear Friends,
I'm in a tough situation.
The project I've been into was postponed and I don't want to take another project because every project takes 2 years +-.
So I imagine that I can quit the current job to focous in the application and to apply in first round to MBAs in USA. In parallel I will make a volunteer work.
Is it matter to apply employed to a BS?
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Re: Submit application unemployed [#permalink] New post 06 Sep 2012, 01:25
If I were you, I would stay with the same organization. It will be difficult for you to show tangible results in the new role (whether it is a new company or voluntary work) in such a short span before the first round applications. Most schools don't view that gap very favorably. You can always quit when you get an admission at your target school. You are not bound to stay for 2 years. Isnt it?

It might also depend on your other professional and personal parameters. On average, I would take the above step. Good luck!

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