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Is there a lot of traveling?

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Yes often need to do field work

allocating to different office is a great experience

Answered - AUDIT INTERN (Former Employee) - 台北市

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No there are not unless you are consulting.

Answered - Tax Associate (Current Employee) - Houston, TX

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We do a lot of trainings out side of our office, but if you don't get assigned to a different location traveling is not required.

Answered - Assurance Manager (Current Employee) - San Juan, PR

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Some travelling to the client site at the beginning of the project.

Answered - Business Analyst (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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No. There was no travel involved

Answered - Independent Consultant (Former Employee) - Secaucus, NJ

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No there is not a lot of traveling.

Answered - Technology Support Specialist (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Yes, depending on the clients assigned - it could require a lot of traveling or none at all.

Answered - Audit Manager (Former Employee) - Philippines

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Yes. The service line I was assigned had the main teams in another city so I spent most days of the week or sometimes all week travelling 2 to 3+ hours both ways, depending on traffic.

Answered - Staff Tax Accountant (Former Employee) - Toledo, OH

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No, as an assurance staff, traveling does not happen often.

Answered - Assurance Staff II (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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No but it depends on what job you have and if you request to travel

Answered - Assurance Associate (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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