Just take a few seconds and peruse through Bain or's employee reviews on glassdoor.com. Indeed, it does not take long for one to realize that consultants work extremely hard, and often spend a majority of their time on the road. It's also no secret that analysts and traders work a grueling shift- we've all heard of, and maybe even lived through the of sleep deprivation nightmares.
So say you're in your final months of college with a relatively great offer in hand. Your parents are proud. You feel accomplished. The problem is, you've been seeing a girl that bakes pies like Paula Dean, but has the body of Kate Upton. So, my question is, Is it even possible to keep this near perfect 10 happy while you grind out your entry-level years? Or, should you cut your losses and avoid burning a bridge?
I would normally reserve a topic like this for Sunday Fun Day, but are analysts seriously destined to adhere to "MOB for life?"