"I worked with the company indirectly for some time before joining full-time. It's a medium-paced environment with many knowledgeable folks available to help get projects completed."
"I am working at EY since 2009, and I'm very happy with my job there."
"Definitely not for everybody. Ernst and Young is very demanding, and the salary may be decent, but when you factor in the amount of hours you truly work, it really doesn't work out to be that great. Now, the experience itself is great on a resume. But making it even a few years here is tough. I would check out the book on Amazon about the EY interview process that everyone reads, if you are serious about working here."
"I am working with the end client E&Y from past 1 yr."
"One thing that EY is really good at: Branding/marketing strategy. However, good strategy without well execution is lame. Working for EY for too long will definitely eat your soul: too many people who try to be politically corrected (not genuine), although they are smart people. They are smart enough to push their brand to the college students (they are kids) who do not have professional work experiences (yet) so they can say EY is the best workplace ever."
"I do value what my company does in the financial market!"
"I've been working at EY for 3 years and I am very pleased."
"Great company to work for. Growth opportunities and great work environment!"
"Ernst and Young has been a great experience. I have learned a lot."
"Good place to start your consultancy career."
"It's a good place to start as a technical consultant."
"Really good place to start consulting career."
"It's a very good company to start in the consulting career."
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