Mission: At PwC, it starts with you.
Innovative solutions, breakthrough thinking, new perspectives—they all start with you. We connect people with diverse backgrounds and skill sets to solve important problems together—for our clients and for the ...
At PwC, it starts with you
From empowering mentorships to customized coaching, PwC provides you with the support you need to help you develop your career. You’ll work with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to solve important problems. Are you ready to grow?
Our professional services include audit and assurance, tax and consulting that cover such areas as cybersecurity and privacy, human resources, deals and forensics. At PwC, we help resolve complex issues and identify opportunities across these industries.
At PwC, our focus is having a firm culture where our people can sustain peak performance, while feeling they have a full and well-rounded life. Our culture of flexibility allows our people to achieve their work goals in a way that works for them - flexibility in where, when and how they work. And through our increased focus on well-being—be well, work well—we are shifting the mindset on how we work. Rooted in science-backed concepts, we provide our people with the skills and knowledge to prioritize well-being and become the best leaders they can be, both professionally and personally.
At PwC, we are committed to developing leaders at all levels who have the skills, opportunities and confidence to be unique leaders in our increasingly diverse, complex and interconnected world. Our values and distinctive leadership framework, called the PwC Professional, provides a clear pathway for our ways of working and your progression as a purpose-led and values-driven leader.
Developing as a PwC Professional means that you will be ready to create and embrace opportunities to advance your career, and fulfill your potential.
At PwC, we offer innovative and inspiring ways to reward our people and we are transparent in the way we talk with our people about pay. Our total rewards package is aimed to deliver the value needed to meet staff’s needs beyond just base compensation.
Health care coverage
Health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts
Student Loan Paydown
Family and personal sick days
Adoption assistance program
New mom's lactation program
Parental leave of absence
Paid adoption leave
Emergency backup care reimbursement program
Emergency backup childcare centers
International SOS program
Professional development and affiliations
Diversity and inclusion at PwC
At PwC, we support an inclusive culture by acknowledging the unique experiences and perspectives each individual brings to the table. That's why an inclusive environment is key to seeing people’s potential, innovating and solving important problems.
Our diversity initiatives and strategies are designed to attract, develop, and advance the most talented individuals regardless of their race, sexual orientation, religion, age, gender, disability status or any other dimension of diversity. Our distinctive approach to diversity is based on a belief that we each have a personal accountability for success in this area. We provide our people with training and tools to help increase their awareness and understanding of differences and why they matter, so their actions can contribute to our inclusive and high-performing workplace culture.
Our commitment to diversity, inclusion, flexibility and leadership development makes our firm one of the best places to work and learn. View how we've been awarded and recognized.
Learn more about our commitment to diversity here.
I have been working at PwC full-time (More than a year)
Great upward mobility for entry level positions. Lots of opportunity to move to various groups within company to learn different specialities (advisory, audit, tax, or different industry focuses). Company has invested money in good training programs to not only learn your industry, but to also learn about emerging technology.
Expect extremely long hours.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at PwC in June 2018.
After talking with a recruiter I was set up with an over the phone technical screening the next day. The technical screening lasted about 30 minutes and was centered around questions about my experience, but was pretty conversational.
After the technical interview I received an email scheduling me for two in person interviews a couple of days later. These interviews were with managers and were also pretty conversational. Mainly chatting about what projects I had worked on and how I handle difficult situations. Then we went on to discussed the role.
Overall they were relaxed, conversational interviews compared to some others I've had