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Graduates start work for PwC
Monday, 23 February 2009
Professional & financial services
Seven graduates have started trainee schemes at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in Norwich over the past few months.
The professional services firm announced that it would still employ 1,000 new graduates across the country despite the economic downturn and has won the Times Graduate Recruitment award for the past five years running, reports the Eastern Daily Press.
Four of the new starters have joined the assurance and business advisory services department, two have joined public and government services and one has joined the tax department.
Christopher Lawrence, partner in charge of the Norwich office for PwC, told the news provider: "Our graduates represent the best of young talent and are the future of our firm. We are rightly proud of the quality and depth of talent we take into the firm in Norfolk and look forward to their future success in PwC."
PwC announced last month that it will actually increase the number of graduate employees in Yorkshire by five and is looking to recruit 55 graduates between April and September.