Based on 78 surveyed graduates working at PwC Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
Based on 78 reviews
Pros & Cons
the experience and knowledge you can gain on any given day, with so many opportunities to further your professional career.
Great team, great flexibility, great benefits.
The team is fantastic and incredibly supportive. The work is also diverse and interesting!
PwC cares for their employees heath and wellbeing and provides recharge days, gift packs (during lockdown), and a lot of social events which run throughout the year. They are adaptable to employee requests and if people want a transfer both domestic and internally they work hard to make that a reality.
Very inclusive culture, opportunities for advancement and participation in interesting projects .
Flexible working Caring colleagues Career development .
Being so broad in practice, It's hard to find a speciality or to focus a particular path, as you're expected to be broad in consulting.
Can't think of any.
Can work over time hours.
It can be challenging at first. Also, the workload changes according to your projects or depending on the season so you need to be prepared to have some longer days sometimes.
It is a fast pace - which is good to learn, but can be challenging at the start.
The learning curve is a little steep - especially learning how to do tasks. While there are learning modules, support from teammates and mentors, doing things/ completing tasks for the first few times by yourself is difficult because of uncertainty if the work is correct.
What Insiders Say
Requirements needed for promotion are quite clear.
The culture both in and out of the office is the greatest I've ever experienced. The hierarchy does not affect the relationships that are built within the team. Everyone treats each other as equals. I have felt what a cooperative environment it is since day one.
Nura Gili would like to Acknowledge the Bedegal (Kensington campus), Gadigal (City and Art & Design Campuses) and Ngunnawal people (Australian Defence Force Academy in Canberra) who are the traditional custodians of the lands where each campus of UNSW is located.