Pay and benefits

By now you should have a good idea of the learning environment we create for you and the personal development you can expect.

We support you through your professional qualifications; and value the lasting relationships you'll create. 

But we know finances are important too. So, we offer all our people a competitive reward package as well.

Everyone gets

  • A salary
  • a Choices allowance for benefits and participation in Choices, our flexible benefits plans
  • 25 days’ standard holiday pro rata
  • the option to be a member of our pension scheme with extra funding from PwC
  • You may also get a discretionary bonus.

Permanent graduate joiners can apply for:

  • a graduate loan of up to £7,000, subject to status (conditions apply)

Everyone has access to:

  • season ticket loan for travel - we'll pay the interest
  • our dedicated internal Careers Service. Whatever your aspirations, the team will help you progress and reach your full potential through impartial, confidential and personalised support
  • a wide range of discounts on services and products, including discounted gym membership and much more...

Some of our Choices Allowance fund:

  • life assurance
  • personal accident cover
  • income protection (after one year)
  • private medical benefit

You can use what's left of your Choices Allowance to fund:

  • life assurance
  • travel insurance
  • childcare vouchers
  • company car
  • a bike (through our Cycle to Work scheme)
  • private medical benefit for your family
  • PwC Donate - asking PwC to make charitable donations to the PwC Foundation
  • dental insurance
  • health screening
  • enhanced life assurance
  • partner life assurance
  • critical illness insurance
  • personal injury insurance
  • group personal pension

*Most benefits can extend to partners, dependants and family too

**You can also trade upto the equivalent of one working week of your standard holiday entitlement, to a maximum of 40 days per year

***If you decide you don’t want to join the PwC GPP (2015), we’ll still have a statutory duty to enrol you automatically into a pension arrangement which complies with the Government’s minimum pension requirements, but you can opt out of this if you like after you’ve been enrolled.