I'm not sure if it's the general COVID work reality, specific group dynamics, or all of the above, but I am feeling completely burnt out. At this point, I feel like I'd be willing to take a 50%+ pay-cut to get some sense of control back in my life. Have any other mid-level (VP-ish) buy-side professionals decided to completely mix it up and move to a gig that is much more lifestyle friendly? Would love to hear what those of you that have made the switch have decided to do instead.
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