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01/21/2014 09:24 am ET | Updated Jan 25, 2014

The Big Problem You Might Have In Common With Bankers

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For decades, junior bankers and Wall Street firms had an unspoken pact: in exchange for reasonably high-paying jobs and a shot at obscene wealth, young analysts agreed to work fifteen hours a day, and forgo anything resembling a normal life.

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