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You’re at a critical point in your career.  You’re at the age where if you don’t go back to b school now, it will likely never be plausible for you.  If I were in your spot I would prepare to apply at the very least.  

In the short term, have you looked at consulting?  It will be hard to find a role at a large financial services firm at this point because you’re competing for the same roles as internal candidates and MBAs.  Consulting or corporate finance may be anecessary easier sell.  

Osirus0830 wrote:

You’re at a critical point in your career.  You’re at the age where if you don’t go back to b school now, it will likely never be plausible for you.  If I were in your spot I would prepare to apply at the very least.  

In the short term, have you looked at consulting?  It will be hard to find a role at a large financial services firm at this point because you’re competing for the same roles as internal candidates and MBAs.  Consulting or corporate finance may be anecessary easier sell.  

Thank you for your feedback. I am going to look into writing the GMAT at the very least. I don’t think a PwC/Delloitte would be interested in me since I don’t have an MBA. Perhaps you meant doing a consulting contract? Even those I’m finding definitely want some sort of piece of paper.