- In recent weeks, the struggles of junior talent on Wall Street have come to light.
- Now, junior bankers from firms like Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse are speaking out.
- We asked five current and former analysts to tell us what’s going on inside their firms, in their own words.
Wall Street is a picture of growing discontent among junior staffers.
Responding to mounting accounts of burnout throughout junior levels, banks and private-equity firms have begun to elbow one another in a crush to offer young talent the most desirable perks and steer them away from defecting. You can get the latest on what firms from Goldman Sachs to Apollo Global Management to Credit Suisse are doing here.
“This is something that our leadership team and I take very seriously,” Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said in a voice message sent to staffers March 21, responding to complaints from junior bankers.
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