Wall Street Hours Mean Health Troubles
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Life isn't as easy as you might think for the 1%, at least not the ones who work on Wall Street.
A recent study from Alexandra Michel, a researcher at the University of Southern California, finds that investment bankers run the risk of developing physical and mental health problems ranging from eating disorders to fits of rage due to the stress of forcing themselves to work incredibly long hours.
|Anyone considering a career in investment banking might want to think twice. Some investment bankers develop health problems working up to 120 hours a week.|