Do PwC Employees Really Like the New Student Loan Perk?
In its quest to recruit all the Millennials, PwC recently announced that it will pay $100 a month on its staff's student loans for up to 6 years. If you're wondering what the reaction has been, the firm's Vice Chairman of Client Services, Robert Gittings, told Fox Business that, “Since announcing it internally last week, […]
PwC Wants All Your Millennials
Well, we better talk about this PwC loan assistance thing, hadn't we? For starters, it's a pretty unique perk. The Washington Post reports that only 3% of companies offer loan repayment, citing a survey from the Society for Human Resource Management. It's typically used to attract a particular type of employee such as teachers or […]
The AICPA Found That Crippling Student Loans Can Be a Real Drag
The "duh" comes from AICPA Insights: According to a new survey conducted for the AICPA by Harris Interactive, only 39% fully understood the burden student loan debt would place on the future and 60% have at least some regret over the choice of education financing. Furthermore, 75% have made a personal or financial sacrifice–such as delaying […]
One Fifth of DC’s Failed Southeastern University Graduates Passed the CPA Exam in 2010
You've probably never heard of Southeastern University and I don't say that to be an asshole about what I know before you do, I mean that to say it's a tiny, now defunct school based out of the worst part of DC. In case you don't know, Southeastern has since evaporated: Last month I wrote […]