When you start to look around at where you would really like to see your
career in practice take off, it can be difficult to look beyond the Big Four.
But, for some, this route doesn’t provide the fulfilment they are craving.
This is what attracts many to downsizing – moving to smaller firms to feel more
in control of not just their careers, but also the direction in which the
practice is heading.
But it can also work for people going in the opposite direction.
This careers guide provides you with the information you need to decide if
big is really best for you.
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