Economic Consulting: Any firms more recommended than other in terms of work-life balance?

I am in the middle of the recruiting process for economic consulting firms and I was wondering if anyone on here could share their experiences and what the working hours were like for an incoming analyst. Particularly, I am interested in hearing about AG, Compass, and Brattle. 
 

Is there a particular firm that's more known to be a "sweatshop" than the other? If you had to choose between the three, which would be best? I like the culture at AG so far but I don't know if that can be the differentiating factor among the three. I'm curious to know the hours worked for these three if anyone already had experience working for them...


Thanks!

 

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