What did you learn during your first year at PwC?PwC provided a solid foundation to develop my technical skills starting my career in the Valuations Team and I've learnt that team spirit and collaboration is vital in completing a project.
How would you describe what you do every day on the job?Excel modelling and data analysis.
What interests you most at work? Application of what I studied in university (financial knowledge) into valuation.
What was the most adventurous or memorable thing you have done in the last year? There was a Deals Basketball Cup where different basketball enthusiasts competed - my team won the champion.
To you, how does the ‘Opportunity of a lifetime’ apply to working at PwC? PwC provides us with great resources to learn from and develop over time. We are also encouraged to grow at a suitable pace with appropriate assistance from seniors. There is also a clear career path for promotion as long as we perform well.
What are some key things that have helped you achieve your career goals at PwC?In a firm where things happen so quickly, self-motivation and fast learning skills are essential in order to keep up with the ever changing world.
What do you value most about your experience at PwC?
Can you tell us some ways PwC has provided support to you as a graduate in terms of employee wellbeing?PwC’s well-developed orientation programme, guidance from career coaches and job coaches, helpful colleagues, organised supporting departments, efficient and helpful HR staff all helped my transition from campus to the workplace.