Opinions: mbb v. tech?
Looking for your opinions re: two offers, one at MBB and one at a tech company. MBB would be at one of the major offices (SF/Chicago/Boston/NYC), tech in the Bay Area. Coming out of undergrad, so the consulting gig is the standard BA/AC/A, tech is in a data science capacity. Tech comp is slightly higher than post-MBA roles at MBB, i.e roughly double the undergrad consulting offer. Some of that gets eaten by taxes of course, plus lack of MBA sponsorship if I were to go down that route (unlikely conditional on taking the tech offer). The company is post-IPO, so the equity component of comp is liquid. It's also not a huge part of comp, >70% is cash.
Obviously, I'm comparing apples to oranges. I'm leaning towards the data science job, but want to hear what you think. I think I would enjoy both jobs equally well, minus the WLB which I gather is substantially worse in consulting. I'm not looking to be a data scientist forever, so exit opps are something to think about. MBB definitely has a more structured path in that regard, though I think a sophisticated data skillset will also open lots of doors in the next ~5 years. As I said, I'm leaning towards tech -- what's holding me back is a concern that perhaps I'm undervaluing the long-term opportunities that come with consulting.
What do you think, and which one would you take?