The biggest investment banks recently signaled a sea change in corporate culture, telling their junior employees to ease up a bit on their hard-charging work schedules. But a number of young bankers tell the New York Times that while they now can enjoy a leisurely brunch on Saturdays, their overall workload has not changed noticeably.
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