A few times every year, a major company is in the crosshairs of a larger work culture and burnout debate. It’s been Goldman Sachs many a time before, and it appears to be them again—13 first-year analysts in Goldman’s investment banking unit surveyed themselves about their work hours, which can reach 110 per week, and then organized those concerns into a detailed PowerPoint presentation that has since spilled onto social media. The report even includes bar charts showing the analysts’ deterioration from job stress.