- London, United Kingdom
- 10000+ Employees
- 15 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 1989
- Revenue: $10+ billion (USD)
- Accounting & Tax
EY Northern Ireland is delighted to announce the creation of 1,000 new roles over the next 5 years. The investment, which will underpin EY’s UK growth, is being supported by Invest Northern Ireland and the Department for the Economy through its Assured Skills Programme. EY NI Managing Partner, Rob Heron said: “Today is an exceptionally proud day for all of us in EY Northern Ireland as we announce 1,000 new roles in the region over the next five years as we aim to more than double our headcount to 1,900 in the years ahead. Our firm has been experiencing increased demand across all our business areas in recent years as clients turn to us in growing numbers to help them with their most complex and strategic problems. Our EY core values of diversity, social equity, and inclusiveness will be at the heart of these new employment opportunities and that is something we are incredibly proud of." Find out more at ey.com/ni/careers #YoursToBuild #EYNI #NIIS23
Maria is delivering a project which has the potential to provide low carbon electricity for millions of homes.💡 From a young age, she was deeply aware of the environmental challenges caused by human activity and wanted to make a difference. Through her passion and influence in energy transition, Maria is helping to build a better, more sustainable working world. 🌱 Discover more on sustainability careers at EY: ey.com/uk/sustainabilitycareers 💚 #Sustainability #YoursToBuild
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I’m 24 and just started my career at EY as a consultant. I feel good about the salary I make, work I do, and where I’m at in my career. My personal life also has a ton of fulfillment and truly makes me so happy. That being said, I have a high school classmate and close friend who was in IB and just started his own hedge fund type of business after leaving his big bank job. I feel like I’m falling behind. He’s probably going to end up a millionaire fast. I try not to compare but can’t hell mtseld
a month ago
I work for a company in Calgary, Canada, with an annual salary of 76,000 CAD. Surprisingly, after just one week of work, I received a paycheck for $1,653, which is more than I anticipated for a week's pay after taxes. The pay slip didn't clearly explain the details, so I'm seeking insights into why this might be. EY KPMG Deloitte
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