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PwC CI’s Class of 2011

PwC Channel Islands is delighted to welcome a host of new faces to its Jersey office.  The 17 new recruits, who are now commencing a three year training programme to attain professional accounting qualifications, reflect a wealth of home-grown talent, including school leavers who excelled at A-Level and local graduates with strong degrees, along with a number of high quality graduates from Australia, the USA and the UK. PwC’s recruitment strategy places a strong focus on the value of cultural and academic diversity within its business and is nationally recognised for its recruitment approach, having been voted the number one UK graduate employer in the Times’ Top 100 Employers for the past eight years.



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