PracticeAccounting FirmsDeloitte, PwC best places for graduates to work

Deloitte, PwC best places for graduates to work

Firms keeps Times ranking for second year running

PwC and Deloitte have maintained their position as the top two places for
graduates to work in the UK following publication of the
Top 100 Graduate Employers
by The Times.

KPMG came third (also for the second year running) and Ernst & Young was
11th.

PwC, Deloitte and KPMG beat competition from organisations such as
Accenture,
Goldman Sachs and the BBC to take
the top three positions.

Deloitte’s graduate recruitment partner, Sarah Shillingford, said: ‘We are
delighted to be ranked second place again this year. We are recruiting over
1,400 graduates and undergraduates and this independent recognition reflects our
profile as a leading employer of UK graduates.’

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