financial advisory services Job Reviews
I worked at Ernst & Young for 3 years from 1999-2002 so some of this information may be outdated. As an Analyst within the financial advisory consulting subsidiary of the company, I had to travel 80% of the time across the country depending on where the client engagement took me. The quality of life was difficult due to the travel, and it was the only reason why I left the company. However, the benefits were above industry average, I had great access to senior managers and mentors, and the work was top of the line in terms of business experience and executive education. My career experience with EY was excellent preparation for developing the industry expertise that I wanted, which I was able to do for the next 10 years. I highly recommend EY to anyone seeking a career workplace that tries to accommodate women's career advancements and working arrangements despite the nature of management consulting work and all the challenges that can be associated with it.
Job Satisfaction Level
Typical Hours (per day)
More than 12 hours
Are Women and Men Treated Equally?
Took Maternity Leave Here? (Weeks)
Recommend to Women?