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    Hey!

    For the easter holidays, I got offers from both the PwC Talent Academy and the Civil Service EDIP scheme. Unfortunately, the two clash, with PwC being two days and the Civil Service one taking a week.

    Because I got the PwC offer first, I already accepted the offer.

    What do you guys think I should do? Which scheme is more 'prestigious' or valued. I am really stuck (I think that both are just as good). The PwC one seems more 'fancy' - it is held in a hotel in a next to a rural park, but the Civil Service one lasts one week.

    Any ideas ??
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    Both are pretty good and will enhance your future prospects but for now just pick the one you think you'll enjoy most. In the long run it doesn't really matter which you do.
 
 
 
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