So I'm starting my apprenticeship in tax advisory on February 1st. Any tips? Anything I should expect?
If someone's curious about the recruitment process, I'll answer questions too.
>being this mad
sure big 4 dont pay that well at junior level but earning potential over your career is huge. Once you make manager level you start earning considerably more. I knew a senior manager at kpmg who had started there as a grad and had only been there 2 years, if you are any good you will go places.
in Moscow we also have big 4 offices/big American law firms.
But it's pure cucking, Bronisław, better to work for a government agency if you are burdened with law degree, as I am, too.
Working for public administration in Poland means less money, low prestige and having ignorant politicians as overseers. I don't trust my nation enough to let them decide my entire life on the day of election (although I think it's not a big factor in Russia kek).
Nobody wants to be a corporate pawn forever, but being cucked by either foreign capital or local idiot makes no difference to me.
I don't know why people would even have questions.
All it matters is whether you
>match the corporations culture fit
>can keep your mouth shut on things that are above your pay grade
>are able to suck a lot of dick to climb the corporate ladder
>are able to network with the right people who can give in a good word if you ever lose your job
its really that simple
Lol, kolejny tepy polaczek, kurwa nie do wiary.
HAHAHA, smiechłem kurwa, pwc to jebany barak dla barachła które nie załapało sie do innych powaznych miedzynarodowych korporacji z siedziba w polsce lub (docelowo) w wiekszych miastach UE, nie zascianka jakim jest polsza
25zl/h - jeblem, cebulak zadowolony ze jest jebanym niewolnikiem za 25zl/h BRUTTO, BRUTTO kurwa, wiesz co to BRUTTO?
nie, nie, nie mam sily do jebanych tepakow...
to tajk jak mowienie ze pizza jest nie dobra a nigdy sie jej nie jadlo, co za kurwa kolejny lemming jebany... parodia.
Londoner here, I have public sector aims for the civil service fast stream but the private sector and management consulting is the most enticing alternative to me
For someone in the first year of uni what's the best thing I can do to gain some awareness and contacts, excluding internships?
Also any internship advice would be helpful
Here it is mandatory for every worker, including trainees. I also would definitely call it “free” because almost nobody use them as a professionnal tool. I just got the uprade to iPhone 6S.