PracticeAccounting FirmsKPMG ramps up grad recruitment numbers

KPMG ramps up grad recruitment numbers

Grad intake up 25% at the Big Four firm

Graduate intake is jumping by 25% at
KPMG this
September.

The firm will recruit 760 grads, up from 600, who will move into its audit
and advisory practices.

The increase takes it up to its 2008 level (750), having peaked in 2007 at
900.

Including summer interns the firm will take on 900 this year.

“We are starting to see signs of optimism in the marketplace, and an
increased demand from clients for our services,” said COO Richard Bennison.

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