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PwC is a great place to start your career but be prepared to put in some long hours and essentially have no work/life balance. Other than that it is great opportunity to grow as a professional, learn a lot and work with smart, young motivated individuals.
The only good thing about PwC is that it looks good on your resume and you will like your team (Hopefully) but that is the luck of the draw. Overall the company does not care about you as an individual and you are a cog in a machine to them and extremely replaceable.
Great place to start your career out of college. You will be challenged every day, but you will also learn a lot along the way. Lots of young and smart people to work with.
smart people, fast paced, quick progression up the ladder
no work life balance, multiple competing priorities all year long
Unclear expectations and deadlines. Everything was a fire drill. Don't expect to be supported in your role. Work-life balance is non-existent. There's room for promotional opportunities if you can survive in this environment long enough.
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Great place to work, but you definitely have to know the right people to get ahead. The work you’ll be exposed to will definitely challenge you and you will grow, but without knowing the right people you will stay at the same level.
Weekly fires with unrealistic deadlines
PwC is sleeping on its past brand power. Ideals and vision are world-class, but groupthink, us vs. them, and friendship nepotism make it hard for newcomers to become part of a clique. There are a handful of exemptions to this rule. It is a machine where YOUR numbers are the only thing that matters.Vast opportunities for learning and exposure to amazing clients.
Vast opportunities for learning and exposure to amazing clients
Clique culture - only your numbers count
They work you to death and make you feel stressed. It was better in the office but the work from home atmosphere is terrible. Can't get to know any of your coworkers and just work your butt off. This job is not for me.
hours, pay, stress levels, expectations
getting onto good projects is all about who you know, and if the work you want to do isn’t selling, then you might feel as though your development is stalling. the business is 100% focused on the client and sometimes that takes away from focus on your career personally. overall wonderful place to build your career and grow as a well rounded, agile employee.
learning, good ceo, leader in employee development
development in areas of interest, pay
Great room for advancement, management who cares, not the best work-life balance (also not bad for big 4)
There is interesting work and people seem to care about us being happy and growing. You do need to be careful occasionally with politics. Work-life balance isn't terrible - people are understanding. But like any big 4 company, the hours are not the best.
Good benefits (free phone, payment on student loans, etc)
bureaucracy and long hours
Great place to start of your career in consulting with the big emphasis on learning. Company is still trying to balance being a general professional services firm while trying to compete with big consulting firms (i.e., stay PwC while focusing on consulting-specific improvements)