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Job Satisfaction at PwC
- Average rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 142 reviews7.6 / 10
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
I have more responsibility than graduate level
Diverse and broad
Finding data, writing reports, attending meetings, modelling
Team-based work on a particular project/client. Primarily excel modelling and report writing. Project changes every few months.
report writing, creating presentations, excel work
Audit of a range of companies
My previous projects were satisfying. The project that I'm currently on is stressful, I sometimes work more than 12 hours a day and work an average of 9 hours a day, even missing lunch. There's just way too much to do and not enough resources.
My day to day responsibilities are not at all in the field I joined into.
Analyst, PMO work, Administrative tasks, Reporting, etc
Variety of projects and very big team
Varies project to project so it is hard to make a comment
Varies heavily day to day, projects are different each week/month
I am currently working on a business case to submit a real cost increase proposal for a government organisation.
Varies greatly and can be working on teams in different sectors in different roles so there is no typical day
My responsibilities have included mostly detailed testing on client sites for a range of different jobs and more recently on planning for upcoming jobs
Perform corporate tax compliance and consulting tasks, liaise with clients.
Everyday if different, opportunity to work for clients across a wide variety of industries.
My role is as an accountant and I support my team in their day to day tasks, but i also take charge of many different FSLIs.
Technical assessments, reporting, project and staff management, internal software tool development.
Pretty much on excel, doing data entry
Tax and advisory services
Assisting clients with identifying security vulnerabilities and recommendations to improve information security.
My day-to-day responsibilities differ depending on my current project. They can range from technical work, to meetings, to proposal and report writing.
I don't understand all areas of my role, and currently feel that I can not embark on L&D opportunities
Researching industry trends, writing reports based on findings, consulting with external stakeholders, analysis of current products in the market.
My role as a consultant in advisory is to prepare bills for client meetings, ensure client meetings have been scheduled in advance, manage and organise all client prep a month before the client meeting. Also need to manage the SDC team to have our work completed when needed. I then review the work SDC have done and provide them feedback. I also attend client meetings as support.
Consultant that provides advice relating to innovation and incentives schemes.
Auditing clients and risk assurance work in the financial services industry
My daily work involves auditing company's financial statements. At times, this work can be interesting, in terms of learning how companies operate. There are times when the work can be a little monotonous and repetitive which can make it boring at times.