Lots of work but good company with a lot of resources
Audit Experienced Associate (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 18, 2014
Pros: great resources and job security
Cons: work-life balance and compensation
I learned to have a good work ethic. I enjoyed working with most of my co-workers as most employees are very bright and nice. It is tough to find a good work-life balance. Traveled a lot at times to unattractive places.
Audit & Assurance Associate (Former Employee), Tanzania – August 13, 2014
Pros: versatile job, as you were also dealing with multiple clients at a time.
Cons: long working hours
PwC was an excellent place to work at especially due to the diverse client base it has. I would learn new things on a daily basis and improve general working skill everyday because of the fast paced job that i held.
Senior Manager Deals (Current Employee), Guayaquil – August 12, 2014
Pros: great working environment
Most business days begin with early meetings with the Deals team staff to get project updates and solve any pending issues. I supervise a 7 member team composed of very skilled young consultants with a variety of expertise from financial modeling to strategic planning and market research. The hardest part of the job is to close deals in a chronicly – more... depressed economy. The most enjoyable part is that we like what we do. – less
Assurance Experienced Associate (Current Employee), San Juan, PR – August 7, 2014
Pros: excellent compensation package
Cons: job life balance
- A typical day at work is always full of new challenges, dealing with people (client) issues related directly or indirectly to the audit of a financial statement. - I learned to manage the pressure to comply with deadlines and put in practice all my accounting technical knowledge and professional audit and managerial skills. -Management is always on – more... top of the situations and available for a consultation related to the audit work and personal issues of all associates. -The co-workers are the best people to work for, very professional. -Hardest part of the work is when we have to tell our clients a deficiency found during the audit work. -The most enjoyable part of the job is when our audit service is finished and the client recognize that is excellent. – less