I had all my applications submitted since before Thanksgiving and have been admitted to a few schools already. I'm still waiting on hearing back from a few more. In the meantime, I just started a new job at a new firm last month (more responsibilities, greater pay, etc.). I know schools want to be kept up-to-date of changes in employment. At what point do I have to report it? Will it affect my chances?
I've been waitlisted at UC Davis and I addressed the job-change in that LOCI. I just don't know if other schools want/need unsolicited LOCIs.
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You don't HAVE to tell them. There is no obligation on your part. You may, however, ELECT to send them an updated resume.
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It can only help. Tell them now.