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Why are there so few women in tech?
Research suggests that only 27% of female students would consider a career in technologyÖ And only 3% said itís their first choice.
Weíre told the tech industry offers rewarding careers and inspiring working environments. But itís clear one key factor is holding it back: Diversity.
At PwC, weíre balancing business understanding with technology innovation and human insight, to help solve this important problem.
Weíre using the power of Intelligent Digital to see beyond the technology gender gap, to a world where women play an equal part in creating our future.
Our Women in Tech programme and technology degree are changing the ground rules, making tech a more attractive, inclusive working environment for all. Together, weíre inspiring women to thrive.
In the healthcare industry, every second countsÖ
But when waiting times and resourcing are pushed to their limits, lives could be put at risk.
At PwC, weíre balancing business understanding with technology innovation and human insight, to help solve this important problem. With the power of Intelligent Digital, weíre seeing beyond the mountain of patient dataÖ
And turning it into positive action.
Using Artificial Intelligence, weíre helping hospitals become more efficient so they can help patients - faster.
Weíre using a combination of deep data intelligence and technology to analyse hospital records to prevent overbooking, and help improve waiting times and staff resourcing.
Together, weíre using technology to design healthcare strategies that are fit for the future.
In todayís fast moving digital environment, how can we truly protect our information?
Especially when networks of cyber criminals are determined to exploit any vulnerability.
At PwC, weíre balancing business understanding with technology innovation and human insight to help solve this important problem.
Weíre using the power of Intelligent Digital to see beyond the threat of a global cyber security espionage campaign. By working closely with other organizations weíve been able to brief the security community to help prevent, detect and respond to these sustained cyber attacks.
Together, weíre building a secure digital society.
Each and every one of us is unique.
So the question of what makes a happy workplace is not a simple one.
At PwC, weíre balancing business understanding with technology innovation and human insight, to help employers solve this important problem.
With the power of Intelligent Digital, weíre seeing beyond traditional HR and using technology to harness a wealth of data that illuminates how employees feel today and predicts how theyíll feel tomorrow.
We piloted a platform that helps employees track their wellbeing at workÖ
Providing employers with real-time data to make smart HR decisions.
Together, weíre helping people work well and live well.
We know you have career goals and ambitions. But do you decide to start your career or go to uni? Perhaps you want to explore new opportunities. You know you have to start work at some point, but when is the right time, and what is the right path? Whatever you choose, it has to be right for you. Whether you’re ready for a career right now, or in a few years, we’ve got real opportunities for those who want to learn, adapt, be challenged and grow. No matter what your background. Think about what really interests you. Where your strengths lie and how they could apply to your future career. We understand how challenging this can be, so to help you make the right decision, we’re here to offer advice and support on where you might fit at PwC. Find out more...
It takes into account your work preferences to help match you to a suitable business area. When you’ve decided on the area you’d like to apply to, do lots of research. It’s important you’re able to explain why you selected the business area and the value it creates for our clients. If professional qualification study is needed, make sure you understand how much time you may need to invest.
"I grew-up on an East London council estate. I had big career aspirations and a real passion for people. My career journey so far has been varied and rewarding. In 2006 I was promoted to Partner with PwC and in 2016, I was invited to become a member of our Executive Board and Chief People Officer. I’m passionate about ensuring PwC is an inclusive employer for everyone, regardless of their background or start in life allowing people to progress and be their very best."