Should I accept a JPM Private Bank analyst role or stay at my current role and go for the CFA?

I have just finished my bachelors in my late 20s and currently have a good role at a retail bank making about 70k with all included while working only 40 hours. I got an offer letter to be accepted at the JPM Private Bank analyst program which the salary will be at 100k, but they expect you to work at least 70 hours a week. My mind is in a constant battle whether I should stay where I am and have the time to study for the CFA, or take the analyst role. I should add that my current employer is mentioning that I could obtain a higher role and get closer to 100k with them which I may put 50 hours at most within a week. Any tips or advice will be greatly appreciate it, thank you!

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