55%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
65%would recommend to other women
65%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Balance varies depending upon division and department, but most people I know there worked very long hours. While the firm supports flexibility, maternal and paternal leave and options to work from home, there is still a need to work long hours to succeed and get the work done and meet deadlines.
I've worked at Goldman Sachs for close to 12 years in a revenue producing role. I think there are incredible opportunities for women ( and men ) to excel. If you don't have the goods, you won't be successful on Wall Street, no matter if you're male or female.
I worked here over 15 years. The pay is good but the hours are steep, i.e. you pay a price. Everybody is smart so be prepared for a stiff competition. Atmosphere is collegial with men socializing without women, so you need to have confidence to speak out.