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- "Meet great people and overall an enjoyable and worthwhile experience even if you don't want to come back" (in 4319 reviews)
- "The resources we have to do our job is abundant and there is a good culture of talent cultivation from one level to the next." (in 2296 reviews)
- "Benefits are good and will be the only reason you might stay but not a reason for you to stay." (in 2045 reviews)
- "You get to see various service lines within the transaction/ deals inustry Great colleagues and teamwork Steep learning curve" (in 1542 reviews)
- "Great opportunities for training and personal development (online training and chance to work with industry and technical experts)" (in 1176 reviews)
- "No work life balance (70 hours week during busy season and 50 hours in off peak is a norm)" (in 5497 reviews)
- "Long hours and easy to get 'lost' as an employee due to the size of the company" (in 4448 reviews)
- "Long and late working hours" (in 2809 reviews)
- "The starting salary is low and the salary stays low until you get to roughly senior manager level." (in 2429 reviews)
- "it was low pay low growth for a company who continually is out sold and out competed by daddy deloitte" (in 1805 reviews)
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- 4.0Oct 11, 2017AssociateCurrent Contractor, less than 1 yearLondon, England
The people I work with are great company and find a good balance between work and friendliness. Also, the fruit baskets dotted around the workplace are an absolute treat!
While the salary is not the best, it is not a turnoff. This really is my only qualm so far, and on that basis the job is a good one!
- 3.0Aug 16, 2021Tax InternFormer Intern, more than 5 yearsMiami, FL
My fellow interns and co workers are great people and enjoyed everything about my internship.
Cons of this internship. I felt like It was to short and wished that there was more time to learn the role
- 5.0May 31, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Great benefits and people very good for helping with career attempting to reach 20 work minimum racoons grapes matches keys
There are no downsides if you have no problem being an entry level employee and can get over yourself enough to realize that this is how every entry level job is.
- 4.0Aug 10, 2019Summer InternFormer Intern, less than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
-Good structure to summer internship with friday programme, social events etc, -Great way to get exposure in the workplace and see if your role is what you would like to do in the future -Very easy to get a graduate offer -Meet great people and overall an enjoyable and worthwhile experience even if you don't want to come back
-Internship is dressed up- work you do is quite dull and monotonous, that's if you even have work to do (varies hugely per individual) -minimum wage (fair) -Don't be fooled by the summer internship- this is not what working here as a graduate entails for the most part
- 4.0Apr 23, 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
The people at PwC are great and you will work with people who are very driven
Unless you join PwC as a SME they have no problem staffing you on projects that may not interest you or in another line of service.
- 5.0Aug 7, 2020Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Great work environment with many people to learn from and willing to help you grow as a professional
May have to work long hours seasonally
- 4.0Sep 6, 2008Assurance AssociateCurrent EmployeeNew York, NY
Great employer with many benefits. I've met a lot of great people and have been able to expand my network of other like-minded professionals. The location of the office is definitely a plus for me located in midtown Manhattan. Everyone is always very helpful when I have any questions and are always quick to respond. There are lots of vacation and holidays to escape from work.
The busy season can become crazy and the hours are extremely long. It's not the best situation for a recent graduate's social life but we all must make sacrifices in order to get where we want to go.
- 3.0Feb 28, 2013Process SpecialistFormer Employee, less than 1 yearTampa, FL
The people you meet!! Resume name recognition. The experience of working for a Big 4 accounting firm to see what it is all about. The benefits are great and PwC does invest in their people if you can stick it out.
The hours do get long in busy season. The work isn't challenging as a process specialist. If they offer a "Seasonal" position, do NOT take it. You can do better than that especially if you earned a masters degree. You will sacrifice too much on your end trying to get your foot in the door and prove yourself. The duties of the process specialist are outsourced overseas. The mentality of the Tampa, FL office is like a call center.3
- 3.0Nov 10, 2009Senior AssociateCurrent Employee
Working at PricewaterhouseCoopers gives you the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of different projects and technical challenges faced by clients. The people are great to work with and very willing and eager to lend a helping hand when need be.
Because of being exposed to a variety of projects it may be hard to develop a strong skill set in any one area which could hinder job opportunities outside of the firm. Communication from the leadership is lacking which causes low morale among its employees.