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    Hi
    I've been offered a grad job at KPMG to do tax, originally applied to Gatwick but now I'm thinking that my peer group might be really small there and that the social side and training might suffer as a result. Or will it be friendlier as its out of London? Has anyone worked in either office?
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    Central London
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    Ditto, more exposure.
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    definitely take gatwick- more exposure in gatwick- more responsibility in gatwick- you and 4 others can probably do the whole audit at a client whereas in london you may not get as much responsibility and exposure to many of the work papers
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    Central London. Im guessing the pay is more in central as well?
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    Personally, London all day long. It's easier to move out of London later than to move in.
 
 
 
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