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Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Mar 30th, 2022
"Fast paced learning environment but at the expense of work life balance"
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jan 31st, 2022
"Great place to work in advisory unless you want to be/are a mother. There is no flexibility with travel"
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, New Zealand on Oct 26th, 2021
"This is a great place to start your career, learn good practices and ways of working. However, you need to understand in a Partnership that they will identify early who will be the future Partners. If you're not one of them, get out by mid-career or else you'll be working harder and harder for an advancement that will never come."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jul 27th, 2021
"This is one of the greatest companies I have had the pleasure of working for. They always have new and improved software and programs to learn that will only better the entire Firm and its Clients. As well as making the employees more accessible. They try very hard to help each individual do their best and do not give up easily."
Anonymous shared this review of PwC, United States on Jun 30th, 2021
"I would say that each office has its own culture. The best group of people I've ever worked with and the most toxic environment I've ever encountered were both at PwC. Avoid the small market offices to be safe. I would also say that PwC has the highest expectations technically and professionally for its people - the average employee there functions at the same level of only the very highest performers at the firm I left to go there (also a big 4 firm). Other "transplants" from big 4 firms agree. It's more intense but very rewarding."
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