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A firm with a culture of respect. Challenging work always keeps you on your toes. You get to work long hours sometimes. You learn a lot in a relatively short time.
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Challenging
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Long hours
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Intellectually stimulated environment. Advancement is great but salary not very fantastic. Opportunity to work across the globe and learn from more complicated transactions
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The best and brightest work with PwC. Very great place to start your career. Good working relationship and excellent work culture. Management is open and collaborative and team oriented.
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Fun
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long hours during busy season
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A typical day at work is challenging and exciting. Have to deal with lot of pressure from client and senior team management. But in the end, there is that high sense of fulfilment.
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PwC is in my opinion, a great place to start a fulfilling career. It provides the opportunity for varied experience - different types of projects, across sectors, interacting with decision makers at large corporations, and lots of good exposure. The global culture is very balanced, encourages diversity and inclusion, as well as respect for the individual. Top management is also very open and accessible, and we are encouraged to share our views. At PwC, there's a lot of emphasis on quality. Expectations are high, and so even the smallest tasks require a good eye for detail. Sometimes the hours may be demanding, but it's usually well worth it in the end. I think the best part are the people. PwC recruits only the best and the brightest, and it shows. Teamwork is emphasised, and at every level there are opportunities to learn and coach others. At PwC, one can readily develop good interpersonal skills and sound technical knowledge.
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Lots of travel
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Sometimes, long hours
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