Part of the prestigious Big 4, KPMG offers the ability to drive your own career. Development opportunities include strong training, the ability to move locations and change roles, and the ability to switch practice areas. Wellness offerings are extensive, and there are several valuable affinity groups that support women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals.
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Part of the prestigious Big 4, KPMG is looking for hardworking, motivated, resilient, adaptable, patient, empathetic high achievers. For students, the firm runs a valuable internship program, offering interns hands-on work experience, the ability to network with staff, and a chance to build their skills and gain exposure to the firm’s culture. For its full-time staff, KPMG offers numerous career development opportunities, including strong training, the opportunity to move locations and change roles within a practice area, and the opportunity to switch practice areas. In general, staff say that career development is what you make it of it—you have the ability to drive your own career, and development opportunities are endless.
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With more than 33,000 employees in more than 100 offices across the U.S., KPMG LLP has rightfully earned its place among accounting’s Big 4. KPMG, the fourth largest accounting firm in the U.S. by revenues, is the independent U.S. member firm of KPMG International Limited, a private English company limited by guarantee, whose member firms can be found in 146 countries and territories and have close to 227,000 professionals. KPMG’s service lines are divided into audit, tax, and advisory, with industry-specific focus in each.
In the U.S., KPMG works for clients in 17 industry sectors: banking and capital markets; building, construction and real estate; insurance; investment management; alternative investments; retail; food, drink and consumer goods; industrial manufacturing; energy, natural resources and chemicals; healthcare a...