Depends on what department you are in but most of the time you either bring work home with you or have work on the mind. I heard it’s like that accross the board.
When you’re on a project, you work your butt off - usually gladly because you’re stretching yourself side by side with other brilliant young professionals. When you’re “on the beach” you get a break (40 hour week), but you’re expected (and want to) network within and outside the firm for the next round of hard action. The occasional long hours are actually very stimulating, and the rewards - in both self-pride and recognition (incl. $$$) make it more than worth while. You wanna be/stay middle middle class? Deloitte isn’t for you. You want upper middle to one percenter class? Stick it out and Deloitte will put you there. Forget the “quality of life” moaners... you have more opportunities for that than in 90% of the rest of the employment market.
If a starter to work,more working hrs is represented as more learning.But need many interesting and happy at his related work.
Otherwise,starter of a job who will get working stress and will loss his primary goal.
Determined by project
Answered - Video Production Specialist (Current Employee) - Westlake, TX
Long hours. Work life balance doesn't exist.
Answered - Consultant (Former Employee) - Arlington, VA
More than 8 hours with lots of travel
Answered - Analytics Consulting Intern (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Hectic. You work long hours usually with about 70 to 80% travel
Answered - Analytics Intern (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Answered - Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Standard working hours that averaged on 40 hrs per week
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Scott AFB, IL
It is very hit and miss. Some staff work on 40-hour-a-week projects while others can work 50 or 60 hours. It all depends on the project budget, Partner / Senior Manager who is running the project, and timeline of work
Answered - Advisory Consultant (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL