Young Goldman Sachs bankers ask for 80-hour week cap
First-year bankers at investment bank Goldman Sachs have warned that they might quit unless their grueling working conditions improve.
An internal survey among 13 employees showed they averaged 95 hours of work a week and slept five hours a night. Their personal relationships also suffered as did their physical and mental health. The analysts warned that they would be likely to leave within six months unless things changed.