Hi everybody, I would like some advice on what to do with my career and what MBA path to take. I am in supply chain now and will start an MBA in 2017. I can choose a b school to help me with my supply chain career, like Wisconsin or Minnesota, or I can select one in order to go into finance, a field that I am somewhat interested in. In that case I would probably need a stronger b school like NYU or Wharton and a better GMAT score (my GMAT score now is 690.) It's a bit of a dilemma and I was wondering if anybody had any advice for me.
Stay in supply chain or go into finance?
That's a bit of a personal decision, isn't it? I would think that if you did your MBA at NYU or Wharton and went into finance, that would be a much more lucrative career path than the alternative. However, money isn't everything and your choice would depend on what you really want to do.
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