Hours/Work-Life Balance for Capital Markets
Have been networking with the some brokerages (JLL, CBRE) and have heard a couple different anecdotes. Eastdil obviously has the most hours, they are working similar to an IB workstyle, but have talked with the Miami office of JLL/CB and heard they also tend to work 60-70 hour weeks, but their pay is more like $120-$150k.
In terms of T2 cities (Boston, Seattle, Chicago) what is the expected work life balance for JLL/CBRE analysts within IS or D/E? Should I expect most of my weekdays to be 9am - 9pm if I pursue them?