I have a question for any of you that might know the investment banking field well, or work in it yourselves: I am a recent college graduate, I graduated cum laude went to a moderately well-known school, majored in International Business and Marketing and ended up getting a great job in Silicon Valley. It is with a large tech. company but I am more or less working in the mobile industry, particularly with music publishing. Anyways, my question is that I have always been interested in Investment Banking, particularly because my father was a banker and it allowed him to work around the world, etc. I was planning on working for 5-6 years, going for my MBA and then possibly changing my career path. I like the music/tech biz so I want to give it a chance for a few years but I am wondering if I do so, if I will be screwing myself in getting the opportunity to transfer into banking in the future. Do you think that after receiving my MBA from a good school that my work experience might be valuable or would I basically start at the very, very bottom at an IB as if I hadn't even been working for the past 7 years at all?Would this experience coupled with a graduate degree allow me into a higher rung of an organization (MBA-worthy level) or would I have to rebuild my career all over again in switching fields. I know the question is obscure but I figured someone may be able to offer some insight......Cheers!