Be yourself and be prepared with questions
There is usually about 2 to 3 people in the room. Make sure you look the person asking the question in the eye and scan the room. There were about 15 questions or so but not difficult ones at all. Know what’s on your resume.
Ask are you going to be able to learn before getting a job
Be prepared for a lengthy process, covering a variety of interviewing styles (including behavioral). Have concrete examples of how your work delivered business and financial benefits to clients. Try to get the hiring partner as an ally -- it will greatly improve both the experience and the outcome.
It's all about appearances
You can ace your interviews and they will offer you a reduced position when you're experienced and are qualified for senior roles. Understand that your required salary may fall outside the salary ranges for the applied position. It was a disappointing process and felt like a waste of time.
Do not take the job or offer.
Ask about travel, project duration, and turnover.
Show great enthusiasm about working for such a reputable firm, as it is a good firm and ask lots of questions.
Be prepared. Know that is takes effort on your part and PWC to prepare you for a career in public accounting.
Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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