Ernst & Young LLP Review Data

630 total review submissions

YearPositionLocationGroup/DivisionOverall
20222nd Year AssociateNew YorkMergers and AcquisitionsA great deal of agency with your career. If you are willing…As with anywhere else. Big firm with some fairly standard…
20201st Year AnalystNew YorkGeneralistWell intended bunch of folks but the consulting model isn…They can do better with their benefits. Compensation is not…
2021InternMcLeanFinancial ServicesThe team I worked on last summer was amazing. They…It is really hard to switch groups within EY. Lots of red…
2021InternZürichRisk ManagementChill work environment not very top down and no…The beginning of year is stressful and you can easily…
20221st Year AssociateSan FranciscoRiskVery good managers to help you learn and the team…Sometimes long hours and there is not much room for WLB.…
20222nd Year AnalystNew YorkTechnology ConsultingWorklife Balance is a huge emphasis - lots of financial…A huge con is the randomness of projects at first. you have…
2022Associate ConsultantAtlantaMergers and AcquisitionsPartners and Upper level Management are competent and very…Hours can be long
Salary adjustments weren't…
2019ConsultantHoustonStructured ProductsStable, billable hours are easy to hit. Decent expense…Work gets less interesting as you progress from staff to…
20223rd+ Year AnalystVancouverInfrastructureBest thing about working for Ernst & Young is the brand…Worst thing about working for Ernst & Young is the low…
2022InternChicagoTaxLots of learning opportunities and many instances to expand…Doing a virtual internship means fewer networking…
20211st Year AnalystBostonStrategy and OperationsGreat work life balance. Rarely have to work on the…Lack of exit oops. Not great for business school either.…
20182nd Year AnalystNew YorkFinanceGood flexibility. Lots of vacation time, relative to…Low pay, relative to industry and experience level. Long…
2022Senior Consultantnew yorkInsuranceGood brand within the actuarial / insurance consulting…Minimal career prospects, hard to get promoted manager and…
2020ManagerNew York CityCredit RiskGood work life balance, reasonable compensation, good…Political…
20181st Year AnalystEschbornConsultingThe dynamics and complexity in my department were very…It is definitely the case that the salary is low compared…
2021InternChicagoFinancial ServicesI had a great experience! My teams were encouraging and…The internship was remote, so the days were pretty draining…
20213rd+ Year AssociateNew YorkRisk ManagementGreat people that empower you to advance in your career.…Compensation can be frustrating. Each of the other big 4…
2021Research AssociatePhoenixConsultingI recently worked on a contract with Ernst & Young for…There were a few times management could have communicated…
20223rd+ Year AssociateHoustonConsultingGreat career start for young professionals, smart people,…Long hours, weekend work, tight timeline, sometimes can be…
2022ManagerNew York CityCredit RiskTravel, nice people, good pay. Culture is great. Good…No work life separation, no opportunities to pick projects…
2021InternNew YorkAccountingI liked the team I was on. Good office. Decently high…I was duped into SOX audit thinking it was actual…
20213rd+ Year AnalystVancouverPublic FinanceThe benefit is that you learn a lot and very quick with…The con is that hours are unpredictable and may be long due…
20221st Year AnalystSt. LouisGeneralistI really enjoy traveling while learning a lot with this…If you arent prepared to travel for long periods of time…
20192nd Year AssociateLondonCorporate FinanceStrong company culture across the floor. Social and…Compensation way below market (however made up by the hours…

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OVERALL, how satisfied are you with this company as a place to work? (78%)

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