Based on 142 surveyed graduates working at Deloitte Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
Based on 142 reviews
Pros & Cons
Great progressive, modern culture and comprehensive training programs.
The people are truly amazing and welcoming.
I get to walk in to work looking forward to what I will be doing today. I am kept busy everyday doing things that I like doing. I am not asked to do work that people know are boring. If I am ever stuck with work, my team is happy to help me or give me tips. I feel like I am learning everyday with great support.
Great people to work with, awesome graduate program and clients
Being able to work on a vast range of projects to get experience across multiple areas before deciding what to specialise in.
In the beginning, I felt like there wasn't much expectations as a grad and there was days where I didn't have work from my own team. That made work very boring. But I later figured that I was just given freedom to work on stuff that I wanted to learn. So I started trying to learn things myself and approached other teams I am interested in for some work. I now do interesting work for different teams and feel like I am actually helping.
Consulting often requires you to work long hours without getting paid overtime.
IT doesn't support Macs very well.
Emails, there are so many emails to deal with.
The lack of firm supported social team events. Due to the case base nature of investigations, at times you can feel underutilised in the quieter (although infrequent) times.
What Insiders Say
I'm not sure about this one because i haven't been here long
Good online test Interesting/Engaging assessment center Great interview with partner/case study
Mostly about my interests A bit about my choice of Deloitte
Choose something your interested in and be yourself in the interview.
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