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Goldman Sachs underlings say grueling, 100-hour weeks have damaged their health — and they claim the relentless grind has pushed them closer to ditching their coveted jobs at the Wall Street giant.
The gripes come from a disgruntled group of 13 first-year analysts in Goldman’s investment banking unit who surveyed themselves about their work woes — and then organized them into a detailed PowerPoint presentation that has since spilled onto social media.
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The leaked slideshow, which was shared with managers, includes testimonials of working 20-hour shifts that one worker called “inhumane.”
“What is not ok to me is 110-120 hours over the course of a week! The math is simple, that leaves 4 hours for eating, sleeping, showering bathroom and general transition time. This is beyond the level of ‘hard-working,’ it is inhuman/ abuse,” the analyst complained.
“The sleep deprivation, the treatment by senior bankers and physical stress… I’ve been through foster care and this is arguably worse,” another added.