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Top investment bankers are involved with billion-dollars deals daily and, as a result, this job can be intellectually fulfilling and exciting, but also very stressful (both physically and mentally)—especially when deals go bad or advice they provided turns out to be not so good. Investment bankers frequently travel to meet with clients and to industry conferences; this time away from home can be stressful on family life. The New York Times describes investment banking as a “relentless client-driven, client-service business…life on Wall Street is a never-ending push to close deals, often by sheer will, and then go on the prowl for new deals and new fees.”

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