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I wanted to get some expert opinion about changing jobs post-interview. I have an offer from a bigger company with 50% pay raise (neat but a contracting job) and it is an industry change from insurance/financial services to banking (think BofA, JPM, MS). I will be working for this big name feeder company but my employer will be contracting company. My contract will be contract to hire so there is an option to convert full-time. But the work I do will be the same which is tech consulting and that is also what I want to do post-mba.
Could this hurt me in any way ? Should I report this to schools as an update given the final decisions are in a week or two ?

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If you have already applied and had your interview, there is no need to update the school and you should take the opportunity. The only time I recommend notifying the school is when you're in that grey area between having already submitted your application, and NOT YET having had your interview.

If it's truly post-interview, then let it ride and GOOD LUCK!
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Thanks for the reply. So i am getting that you think this should not affect the outcome even if I let the schools know ? either in a good or bad way?

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I don't see this as affecting admissions in any real way especially since it is moving you closer to your goals. Congrats on the offer and the increased pay $$$. Don't worry about any impact with this
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