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‘I was working 72 hours a week – it was cult-like’ – BBC News

As first-year Goldman Sachs analysts ask for a cap on their hours, four BBC News readers share their schedules.



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By Lora JonesBusiness reporter, BBC News
image copyrightGemma Chambers
image captionGemma Chambers felt pressured to work every day in her previous job
Ninety-five-hour work weeks, five hours’ sleep a night and an ultimatum.
After a group of young Goldman Sachs analysts warned they would leave the firm unless things changed, the boss said it was “great” they had voiced their concerns.
When we first reported the story, dozens of you got in touch to talk working hours and how work-life balance has…

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