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It’s exciting times for you, as you begin your journey into the working world. You may also have a tide of questions and expectations, as it’s all pretty new to you. Well, to ease that tide, we asked Tatiana to share her story and advice on first job expectations.
Your very first interview can be a little nerve-wracking. But it can also be the start of something really rather wonderful. So, of course, you’ll want to give it your very best.
We want you to give it your very best too – whether or not it’s with us. Here are a few ideas about how to interview like a pro.
David Cobb, Partner from Tax discusses the main reasons he pursued a career in Tax, after graduating from Nottingham University with a Joint Honours degree in Pure & Applied Physics with Electronics. More, David shared with us what he likes best about working at Deloitte and his passions outside of work.
If you’re graced with the dedicated time of reading week then lucky you. Free of seminars and lectures, it’s a perfect time for you to catch up on research, reading, revision, and work. Reading week is a time that should be balanced between both work and play. But with a large workload, distractions a plenty, and the fleeting passing of time, striking that balance can sometimes be difficult. So here are a few pointers to manage your time effectively during reading week.
Our apprenticeship schemes are more than just an opportunity to learn and earn – they can be a big step towards an amazing and rewarding career. So you’re going to want to make the best start possible, right from the moment you apply.
We caught up with Chris Baker (working in Human Capital HR Applications and relationship manager for London Consulting’s charity partner, The Prince's Trust) after attending the One Young World summit in Bogota.
He shares his experience to date and his top tips for being a young leader. Check out his account below:
I recently attended the One Young World summit in Bogota and it was inspirational on many levels. The stories and achievements revealed by young speakers at the event were amazing, emotional, and humbling. And the one thing every individual had in common was their attitude to getting things done.
Chik Soon Nean discusses his move to Deloitte from a mobile games start-up and talks about building an app that led South African cycling team, Team Dimension Data (TDD), to victory at the Tour de France.
What interested you in Deloitte?
After three years working as a data analyst at a start-up, I was ready to try something new and was interested in moving into advisory or consulting. I was attracted to Deloitte because it had a specialist unit dedicated to analytics, as well as expertise across many different fields. So I thought it would be somewhere I could really grow my career.
We've reached out to number of members from the Deloitte Globe Network to find about their plans for Pride in London 2017, and to find out more about their individual stories and any tips they can share for the parade!
We caught up with our very own Jess Holden on what work life is like as a Graduate in Audit & Assurance and the experiences she has been through so far. Jess graduated from Durham University with combined Honours in Arts (History and Economics) in June 2016. She joined Deloitte in September 2016 and is currently based in our Edinburgh office.