Fresh grad with an offer from Amazon and PwC Deals.

Hi!
I am a fresh grad and recently got an offer from Amazon and PwC Deals.
I am having a little trouble choosing which offer to take, and so any kind of advice I would like to hear from you.

For more details of the offers,

<Amazon>
L4 as a Business Intelligence Engineer for Finance team.
The work I would be doing is mainly SQL, dashboard, automation, and FP&A roles.

<PwC>
Associate Level.
The role would be centered around Deals Strategy, T&S, or FDD.

Now, since I have a CS degree and some experience in data analysis and data engineering from an internship, I am comfortable with SQL and automation part. But I really don't have any experience regarding Finance or Accounting, so Financial Modeling stuff could be hard.
Assuming the pay range is almost similar (or slightly better for Amazon..), I wanted to choose an offer that could help me give an interesting experience and better transition later in the future.

For now, hopefully surviving through a few years, I would like to move out to more strategic roles (MBB would be super nice, but I would appreciate a job at some other consulting firms as well).

Both have ups and downs,
Amazon would give me more knowledge and experience regarding data analysis and industry experience, but a little about finance I think...
PwC would give me more knowledge regarding finance knowledge and a little data analysis (I've heard they don't really use much data analysis compared to Amazon).

Given I would like to get some opinions on choosing which offer to make a move towards a more strategic role at consulting firms.

Also, is switching from Amazon to consulting doable than just staying in consulting?

If you could give me any type of information or advice, I would like to hear it! Thank you!

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