OZY: The Economics Of Wall Street's Exodus

By SIMON CONSTABLE

For decades, many top grads wanted to be wolves of Wall Street, residing in trading rooms where vast sums of cash flowed in and out. And if they were lucky enough to land a position, they’d likely end up watching multiple blinking screens of asset prices all day while juggling two or three phones — and probably earning a hefty paycheck.
But something has changed. Read more here.
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