Hello, I have a tough time to choose between 2 offers. One is from EY which is a Federal gov't assurance role and another one is from PWC which is a federal gov't advisory role( audit readiness & process improvement). I would like to know which one is less boring and opens more doors down the line. I have a feeling that advisory role (which doesn't require a CPA) is more interesting but I hear that most of the advisory roles get laid off first when things go south. I am a CPA and both offer the same salary. Can you please help? Many thanks!
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