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Big 4 Tax in San Diego?

Spent 2 years in tax at EY in NYC, been at a big alternative asset manager for 2 years now as a senior. I'm fairly happy at my job, but my wife has been struggling to build a career here. Her uncle just offered her a great opportunity, but it happens to be in San Diego…

I'm willing to consider a move there because the city sounds appealing to me, but I don't know anything about what it would be like to work there. Wanted to get some thoughts here before talking to recruiters.

What should I expect as far as hours, salary, culture? Seniors are always in demand in NYC but is it the same in SD? I have mostly partnership experience (HF/PE/RE). Would this be at all relevant there?

Any help would be appreciated.


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