I'm a college student right now, and if you're like me, you were able to go through a lot of your childhood and teenage years eating whatever the fuck you wanted without being worried about getting fat (thank you, high metabolisms). But I'm getting older, still eating lots of junk in college, and am looking to get into banking. From what I've heard, banking diets consist of a shitload of Seamless and the like, and that doesn't exactly sound very healthy.
I'm pretty curious: How much weight do people gain when they get into banking, if at all? That being said, at what point did you guys start realizing that you've been getting fat as fuck and need to stop eating whatever looks good? How did you deal with it?
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