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    This week we have business trainees Drew, Gabby and Josh online for you to ask questions on their experience at EY on our School Leaver programme. So fire away and ask them any questions you have about taking an alternative route to a career in business. You can also find out more about opportunities for school and college leavers at EY at ukcareerguide.ey.com.

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    Good morning everyone,

    As a quick introduction, my name is Joshua Edwards and I have been at EY for just over a year, after joining on their School Leavers Programme.

    On reflection I have learnt a significant amount over the past twelve months and have had the privilege to work with some incredible people / teams.

    Conscious of the decision process which you are currently going through (it's tough I know) like what A levels to take, whether to go to uni or straight into work, I hope to be able to provide you with an insight into what I chose to do, the method in which I reached my decision and what it is like to work at a firm such as EY.

    Hopefully this will assist somewhat, so please ask away - there are no boundaries!

    You may also wish to follow me on twitter (shameless plug) @Jibedwards_EY in the hope that one day I will have as many followers as Harry!

    I look forward to hearing from you

    Josh
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    Hi Just looking to apply on the EY School Leaver programme (Audit & Assurance) at the London Office. I accept part of the job involves travelling to clients which is not a problem, but how far would I be expected to travel each day ? If it's London area not a problem as I can catch the tube, but given that I do not drive not sure how practical it is travelling to outskirts of London everyday. Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks
 
 
 
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