Sexism Pushed This Author To Leave An $875,000 Goldman Sachs Job

Most have heard about the parties and lavish client dinners that bring up five-figure bills, but what about the backroom comments about “tit size” and “butt shape”? Or the stuffed cow that appeared on a desk after an employee gave birth and started using a lactation room for breastfeeding?

Earlier this week, Jamie Fiore Higgins released a book titled “Bully Market: My Story of Money and Misogyny at Goldman Sachs” with Simon & Schuster. In it, she recounts what eventually prompted her to leave a $875,000-a-year job after spending 18 years on Wall Street.


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