Young Bank Of America Analysts Are Making Beds Out Of Bubble Wrap

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Junior analysts at Bank of America (BAC) don’t get to sleep often.

When they do, a lot of times it’s in one of the many closets of their new(ish) building.

The closets are dark, wide enough to stretch out in, sound proof, and best of all: many have nothing but huge rolls of bubble wrap in them.

Perfect for making beds!

And they do. Young B of A analysts stretch out on thick bubble-wrap mattresses for a few hours here and there during the endless stretches they often spend at the bank.

Each floor in the B of A building in midtown Manhattan has two of these closets – handy once 4 am rolls around.

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