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12 days ago

San Jose Core Assurance Manager

PwC San Jose, CA

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading firm that services Fortune 500 companies, and will give you the experience and… PwC


9 days ago

Oracle eBS SCM Manager

PwC San Jose, CA

Are you interested in the opportunity to work for an industry-leading firm that services clients that include the Fortune 500, and will give you the… PwC


14 days ago

Seasonal Risk Assurance Senior Associate

PwC San Jose, CA

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14 days ago

OIM Consulting Manager Health Industries

PwC San Jose, CA

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6 days ago

State & Local Tax Asset Management Manager

PwC San Jose, CA

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3 days ago

San Jose Process Assurance Experienced Associate – new

PwC San Jose, CA

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5 days ago

IT&Project Assurance Oracle Business Process Experienced Associate

PwC San Jose, CA

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28 days ago

Program Management Manager

PwC San Jose, CA

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23 days ago

San Jose Process Assurance Manager

PwC San Jose, CA

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27 days ago

Software Performance Architect Engineer Experience Associate

PwC San Jose, CA

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    Grueling work environment, but best place to start accounting career

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    Former Employee - Audit Manager  in  San Jose, CA
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    Pros

    Great exposure to finance executives at small private and large public companies. Large learning curve, but the best way to get hands-on experience to launch an accounting career. Each year at a public accounting firm is worth approximately two years in industry, so well worth the investment. Great team environment where you can learn from staff at each level above you. If you take control of your career and want to take on additional challenges, they will be made available to you.

    Cons

    All public accounting firms struggle with compensation. For the amount of time that is put in by the average employee, there needs to be a bigger monetary value put into it or people will continue to work 2-3 years and then leave for a job with less hours and higher pay. There is a mentality that you need to continue working until those with more seniority have left. This leads to a lot of unproductivity and unhappiness from less work/life balance.

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    Compensation needs to be addressed at lower levels. Hanging a carrot out of what the partners make (granted, they have a lot more risk), isn't sufficient.

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