Company Stats


Employer Type




10,001+ Employees


Featured Rankings

Vault Accounting 25


Major Departments

Audit and Assurance


Major Office Locations

Birmingham, AL


U.S. Chairman & Senior Partner

Tim Ryan

Firsthand Findings

About the Company

Employee Reviews

  • “PwC's approach to work/life balance is one of the best I’ve seen with any company I’ve worked for. Programs like Fridays Your Way, Real-Time Recognition Awards, and bonuses for taking vacations and several others show me that they truly care about what matters to their people.”

  • “The culture is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. I’m well aware of the fact that PwC is in a league of its own in terms of caring for its people. The work is hard and the hours can be a lot, especially in busy season, but those things are made significantly better by the people you’re surrounded by.”

  • “Increased hours worked has been a result of market deal volume and work won, along with turnover due to the Great Resignation. But my teams have still been welcoming to work/life balance boundary setting even when loaded with work.”

  • “I love that PwC is about caring for the whole person. Our benefits and rewards packages are second to none. One of our newest incentives is around taking vacation time. PwC implemented a reward to encourage employees to take vacation days that have already been accrued. And employees can earn monetary awards every time we take 40 consecutive hours of vacation. This is unheard of, and I’m thankful for it. Since we have a ‘get it done’ culture, some people don’t know how to stop the grind. So, it’s welcoming when leaders demonstrate the need to step away from work and take time for rest and recovery.”

Why Work Here

At PwC, we are committed to developing leaders at all levels. To do this, we’ve embraced a fresh and distinctive leadership model called the PwC Professional that enables our people to develop skills that will help them grow their careers – at PwC or beyond. The PwC Professional is designed to arm you with leadership skills, no matter what your role or job title. It will help you be the best you can be so you can help our clients meet their needs and tackle the challenges redefining our world.

The PwC Professional is your roadmap to success, as we help you learn skills in five main areas: whole leadership, business acumen, technical capabilities, global acumen and relationships. Each dimension of the PwC Professional will help you stay smart, versatile, relevant and successful.

Are you ready to build a career in a rapidly changing world? Developing as a PwC Professional means that you will be ready – to both create and grab opportunities to advance your career, and fulfill your potential.

Getting Hired Here

  • “The interview and callback process is very well designed. Candidates are in touch with their recruiters from start to finish. The ideal candidate is one who is willing to work hard, problem solve, and be creative. Problem solving skills are all you need to be a successful worker here.”

  • “Our firm is looking for hardworking, self-motivated individuals who know the power of hard work and positivity but are also willing to learn and ask questions. Being able to work closely with others is also very important.”

  • “PwC is seeking the top candidates at every school. With a vast array of practices that we have at the firm, we look to hire the top talent that have the skillsets to thrive in any of our practices—while also keeping diversity, equity, and inclusion at the top of mind.”

  • “I believe the firm does a great job of keeping the interview process human rather than a robotic interrogation of skills. I felt like the interviews were neither too casual nor too serious. Ideal candidates are ones who are open-minded, willing to work hard, and ready to learn a ton. I’ve always said to candidates: I can teach you the technical skills, don’t worry about that, but coming each day with a positive attitude and a drive to learn and work toward the right answer is not always easy to teach. I find candidates who have that drive will inevitably succeed in the firm.”