PwC FAQ

Have questions about working at PwC? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at PwC.

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75 English questions out of 75

4 June 2021

Does PwC offer massages?

Pros

Good job for what it is, free coffee, paid lunches and cabs during overtime periods.

Cons

Little to no advancement, as expected from this line of work, high turnaround of contract staff. Lots of workload during tax season. The biggest downside though is a hour long weekly meeting that goes nowhere and could've been spent better doing literally anything else

Good job for what it is, free coffee, paid lunches and cabs during overtime periods.

4 June 2021

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6 March 2019

Does PwC offer dental insurance?

Pros

Great starting pay with multiple bonus opportunities. Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded. They even pay a portion of your student debt each month. Flexible. Can work remotely. Cell phone provided. Company credit card. Extensive 2-week training. Great technology.

Cons

There isn't a work/life balance, late hours and work weekends. The performance review after each audit engagement is subjective and doesn't always reflect the work performed throughout the entire engagement.

Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded.

6 March 2019

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6 March 2019

Does PwC have a pension plan?

Pros

Great starting pay with multiple bonus opportunities. Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded. They even pay a portion of your student debt each month. Flexible. Can work remotely. Cell phone provided. Company credit card. Extensive 2-week training. Great technology.

Cons

There isn't a work/life balance, late hours and work weekends. The performance review after each audit engagement is subjective and doesn't always reflect the work performed throughout the entire engagement.

Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded.

6 March 2019

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6 March 2019

Does PwC offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great starting pay with multiple bonus opportunities. Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded. They even pay a portion of your student debt each month. Flexible. Can work remotely. Cell phone provided. Company credit card. Extensive 2-week training. Great technology.

Cons

There isn't a work/life balance, late hours and work weekends. The performance review after each audit engagement is subjective and doesn't always reflect the work performed throughout the entire engagement.

Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded.

6 March 2019

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6 March 2019

Does PwC offer life insurance?

Pros

Great starting pay with multiple bonus opportunities. Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded. They even pay a portion of your student debt each month. Flexible. Can work remotely. Cell phone provided. Company credit card. Extensive 2-week training. Great technology.

Cons

There isn't a work/life balance, late hours and work weekends. The performance review after each audit engagement is subjective and doesn't always reflect the work performed throughout the entire engagement.

Great benefits and programs including health, dental, vision, life insurance, wellness program, 401(k), and an additional pension plan that is completely firm funded.

6 March 2019

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