It all started with an explosive leaked survey from 13 Goldman Sachs analysts, whose complaints of shocking workloads and brutal 100-hour weeks highlighted the realities of banking life during an unprecedented pandemic and deal bonanza.
Banks have since woken up to how hard it is for their younger, more inexperienced hires. Some have been rolling out perks and bonuses, while others have vowed to amp up hiring to even out the work.
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