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Okay, so I was considering IB for the longest time, until I came to the realization of how many hours I would actually have to work. I have a 3.8 at Cornell, and I really have no clue where to start looking for business jobs that tend to not have 70-80 hours a week, but still pay a good amount. I have been considering becoming an actuary, but I am worried about the prospects of moving up later in that career. How is consulting in terms of hours? Any other suggestions? Thanks.