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PwC opens up 1,000 graduate jobs
Thursday, 29 October 2009
Professional & financial services
Students leaving university next summer will be able to take advantage of the graduate jobs which have been announced by financial services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
The company, recently voted number one in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list, today (October 29th) announced that it would have over 1,000 vacancies open to university leavers in 2010.
With roles available in PwC's assurance practice, advisory and tax sections, the firm is encouraging talented students to get their applications in early to take advantage of a rare opportunity in the "toughest job market for a decade".
Sonja Stockton, head of recruitment at PwC, said: "Talented, enterprising people matching academic achievement with confidence in their skills, ability to learn and contribute will be recognised by our business."
The Daily Telegraph recently revealed that PwC is one of several blue chip firms restricting graduate jobs to those with good GCSEs, even if candidates have high quality degrees.