Angry Banker Quit Because Didn’t Get Laid In The Office

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Angry Banker Quit Because Didn’t Get Laid In The Office

No Models No Sex and No Strippers In The Office For This Finance Guy

Some offices have all the fun stuff and strippers which can make an average guy very mad. That for sure is the case for this  angry finance guy on who’s name was Stephen Ridley and that he’d quit his job at a “a top tier European Investment Bank” in disgust. He commenter on  Wall Street Oasis under the name  anonymousman.

Banking is f–ing brutal. … Like everyone [at the bank], I worked my ass to the bone, working mind numbingly boring work. My life was emails, excel, powerpoint, meetings, endless drafts and markups about shit I couldn’t give less of a f– about, edits, drafts, edits, drafts, edits, send to printers, pick up, courier, meetings, more work, multitasking, boredom, boredom, tired, boredom, avoiding the staffer on a friday, more work, depression, tired, tired, tired, f–ing miserable. 15 hour days were a minimum, 16-17 were normal, 20+ were frequent and once or twice a month there would be the dreaded all nighter. I worked around 2 out of every 4 weekends in some form. I was never free, I always had my blackberry with me, and thus I could never truly dettach myself from the job.

About Hot Models and Dating

The only models were excel models, the only bottles were coca cola, which I drank a lot of to stay awake. …Your not golfing with CEOs, talking about strategy, then driving your lambo home at 3.30pm to have sex with your hot girlfriend. No, you sat at your computer, haven’t spent more than 5 minutes in the sun in weeks, out of shape, bad skin, tired, overworked, and facing yet another office dinner before calling yourself a cab somewhere between 1am and 5am to take your lonely ass to your empty bed.

And as he dragged himself back and forth to the job he hated, he realized that the money he made – which was decent if not as spectacular as he had hoped – wasn’t really enough to compensate for a job that was eating his soul, and his youth.
Long story short, he quit his job to become a musician.

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