I'm currently a senior at MIT and will be graduating with BS in Physics (minor in biology) this year. I've been accepted to two medical schools: Emory and Albert Einstein of Yeshiva University (in Bronx, NY). Since like sophomore year I've wanted to be a doctor but I'm starting to change my mind after learning more about the medical field and realizing how hard it is to get into high-paying specialties (plastic surgery, anesthesiology, etc) and also how little money doctors will be making in the future. However I'm interested in going into healthcare consulting or banking or even venture capital after medical school. Any input on which school would be better? Emory has a better reputation than Einstein in the medical field (ranked #20 vs 40).However Einstein is in New York which is a better location for finance and consulting.
I'm actually learning towards Emory because it has a better national reputation, but I'm wondering if I would be sacrificing much by living in the deep south, although Einstein is not that prestigious of a medical school and also they do not have a well-regarded business school either.
Also, how much will my MIT degree (in a highly quantitative major) help me if I go to a less well-known medical school?