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PwC voted employer of the year

PWC has been voted Employer of the Year in The Times Graduate Recruitment Awards

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), touted as
one of the world’s biggest accounting and professional services firms, has been
voted Employer of the Year for the past five years in The Times Graduate
Recruitment Awards.

PwC has been ranked first in The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers
for five years running, matching the record set by Accenture in 1998-2002. The
firm is also the ‘graduate employer of choice’ for the accounting sector,
The Times reports.

PwC, which has more than 150,000 employees in 153 countries and employs
16,000 staff in the UK alone, where it has offices in 32 towns and cities across
the country, recruits graduates year-round.

The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers, which has just been released,
is based on research of more than 15,000 final-year university students.

Read
The Times story

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