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    Hi guys, I'm wondering if you have heard of/ known anything about those two offices cuz after taken the online test for a week or so I still hadn't heard back from PwC. So today I picked up the phone and found out that although I passed the tests the position I applied in London office is full now. They suggested me to either wait until next year or apply for a different position.

    I'm wondering if London St. Albans and London Gatwick will be good choices, will the clients be quite different from London office? I heard the training package is the same though.

    Also, do you consider changing of career directions at this stage sensible?

    Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!
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    The training and pay will be the same but you will be stuck in that office for 3 years neither of which are acutally in London. You might consider Uxbridge which is still within the M25 you can read about the offices here.

    http://www.pwc.com/uk/eng/car-inexp/...ffices-av.html
 
 
 
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