Employability

Make the most of your employability skills and build on them.

You might not know it, but there’s a good chance that you’re developing the skills we look for every day.

This employability site will help you identify situations where you may have used them – most likely in your academic studies, extra-curricular activities, hobbies or sporting achievements. Perhaps you can even draw upon all these areas. Or maybe this guide will inspire you to think of other situations. What’s important is that you reflect on your experiences and use well thought-out examples, both in your online applications and at interview.

You should also think about your personal brand, and how you can make the most impact when you interact with employers. There are so many ways employers might connect with you – from emails, application forms and social media, through to meeting you face-to-face – so you always need to make sure you create the best possible impression. Through this guide, you’ll start to see how you can differentiate yourself, and make the right sort of impact and career choice. Because your career is just that; yours. You choose it. You live it. You make it happen. To get the best from it, you need the best opportunities.

“ I joined PwC as a graduate. I know from my own experience that by being yourself, bringing your passion, commitment and flexibility to all that you do, you’ll develop a rewarding and fulfilling career with us. I’m committed to ensuring our people have the opportunities they need to unlock their potential, to play to their strengths and to be themselves, so I hope you’ll consider starting your career with us.”

Kevin EllisChairman and Senior Partner, PwC UK LLP
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