Why Did Hedge Fund Analyst Jeff Northrop Quit His Gig To Sell Oysters?

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Emotionally abusive bosses? Couldn't take the highs and lows? Whiteboard marker situation? Or something so much worse?

"[He] quickly became disillusioned monitoring the portfolio manager's list of stocks and futures. And then there was the work environment. "The office had like 15 different climate zones," remembers Northrop. "Depending on [his boss's] stress level, he would want it warmer or colder." He left within six months.

Next Life: From Hedge Funds To Oysters [BW via BI]
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