PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC proves most popular with graduates

PwC proves most popular with graduates

Big Four get one, two, three in graduate employer stakes

PricewaterhouseCoopers has been named the top graduate employer in the UK by
The Times in its annual Top 100 survey.

The firm is also the nation’s biggest and just this week revealed annual
turnover in the UK of more than £2bn.

Big Four rival Deloitte was second, and KPMG was third, mirroring their
ranking in the Big Four revenue stakes. E&Y, however, is out at 14th.

The Big Four firms beat off competition from the civil service, which
placed fourth and national broadcaster the BBC, which was fifth.

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