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Accepted Mid-tier Job Offer, 2nd Interview with Big 4

Hi Everyone,

I have recently accepted a job offer from a mid-tier firm in LA but recently got a final interview with Big 4 at a different city. If the Big 4 firm does offer me a job, which one should I choose? Should I drop the mid-tier firm in LA? If I have not recieved the job offer from LA I would not even think twice, I have always wanted to move to a new city and my frist choice has always been big 4. I, however, heard that withdrawing from a job offer might ruin my name while other people have told me that the accounting world is so huge that I shouldn't even worry about it. 

Please help me with this dilemma!

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