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Ernst & Young Internship
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of 5 stars
Diversity, intellectually stimulating, launching pad for career in business and finance, ability to grow networks at home and abroad
Work-life balance can be challenging; long hours in some departments. Competitive environment with politics
Find out who you will work with, learn about culture, and get to know your cohort.
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of 5 stars
Highly team based. Culture is highly collaborative. And global reputation.
Localized. Good for customers, but limited chance to work cross sectional and low diversity on nationalities.
If you plan to stay in accounting/financial analysis/auditing, this is a perfect place to start from. If you are looking at something else, something more related to business development or have an exposure to industry insights, this is not a perfect place.
good work life balance, dynamic environment, strong in risk, compliance, and audit based engagements
not nearly as built out in strategy/management consulting as advertised-still very much a back office/accounting mentality even in the consulting space.
Junior people do not have a choice of which projects they get staffed on; you are considered a "resource" and are placed wherever they need you regardless of interest or skill set.
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At EY, you work with motivated professionals. EY ensure that you have a supported mentor to support you through your professional journey. They provide trainning that enhance your skills and knowledge of accounting, auditing and the industry.
You work very long hours and most of the time on the weekend and from home as well, but when you work with an exciting team, the time goes by fast.
Take initiation and be intentional in the area you area working at.
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People from EY are being very nice and welcoming, mostly satisfied with their lifes.
Former employees always say the down part like no life in EY, compared to someother companies might be true
That's the firm I really wanted to go. Even though it has some disadvantages, but the stage is really important for career development
of 5 stars
Nice clientsOpportunity to travel more than regionFlexible workingNo real targets
Culture is awful - bullying individual in chargeVery poor leadershipWas sold a strategic customer role but its a system integratorNo opportunities for development - boring work
EY is generally nice and friendly. The are i worked in is not typical of the company overall
of 5 stars
Chartered Accountancy training, chance to find out about different companies and industries in depth.
Hours can be harsh during the busy season.Audit can be pretty monotonous.
To succeed people at EY need to see that you are capable to learn and work hard.
fair compensation and decent benefitslots of training opportunitiesaccess to top professionals in tax and accounting
flexibility is variable based on location and teamhours can be longin M&A and advisory groups, hours and schedule can be unpredictable and variable
EY is a good place to build up a career but be aware of what you want to get out of it and if you are in certain advisory or M&A groups, exit opportunities can be limited
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very long and demanding hours. Can lose a sense of a work life balance.
Work hard and stay attentive and you will do fine.
Entry-level in Tax
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Compensation, culture, work/life balance, and opportunities within the firm.
Having too many opportunities within the firm.
If you are looking for an ideal place to build your career, go here. If you are looking for something akin to prestige, exclusivity, or entitlement, you may be looking at the wrong firm and the wrong industry.