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Weekend worriers

30 January 2014 By Peter Thal Larsen

Investment banks used to offer juniors a simple tradeoff: long hours for future riches and prestige. Now they’re making up for shrunken bonuses and social cachet by easing workloads. But clients still demand round-the-clock service. A Wall Street career is no longer a no-brainer.

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