Junior bankers at Goldman Sachs have been complaining about the average 95-hour working week to meet with “unrealistic timelines”, and requesting an 80-hour week instead.
In comparison, Chinese tech employees, who have been complaining about “996” (9am-9pm, 6 days a week). That only works out to be 72 hours a week.
Now, who has a better work-life?
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