PwC and Deloitte Are Recruiting Like Crazy in the UK

Here's your news from across the pond courtesy of economia:

PwC and Deloitte have been named among the top recruiters of graduates in 2015, with 1,570 and 1,100 vacancies respectively

Graduate recruitment by the UK's top 100 employers is set to reach a level not seen for more than a decade, new research by High Flyers said today.

High Flyers, which also compiles The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers, asks 18,000 students to select the 100 best graduate employers, which are then surveyed for the number of vacancies and starting salaries. All Big Four firms and Grant Thornton were included in the rankings.

All Big 4 firms appear on the list, with KPMG anticipating 1,000 vacancies this year, EY 800, and Grant Thornton 300. That's a whole metric shit ton of recruits (literally, since those foreign people use the metric system).

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