I kind of felt bad for the poor 23-year-old saps in this book who throw away two years of their lives to earn $200k a year and (if they’re lucky) a lifetime of financial stability. Then I remembered that they make $200k a year and will have a lifetime of financial stability, and felt less sorry for them.
Not essential reading by any means, but it’s a fairly interesting snapshot of today’s Wall Street, which is quite different from Wolf of Wall Street. Unfortunately. That book was probably more fun to read.