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After receiving an offer letter from the Big4, are you considered a new hire for sure?

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You’re a new hire when you start at the firm. Once you get an offer though, it’s highly unlikely it’ll get rescinded though.


You’re considered a ‘new hire’ if you come directly out of school. If you join having previous experience (e.g., industry, another firm, etc.), you’re considered an experienced hire. That’s just your hiree designation. You’ll be referred to by your title mostly (e.g., ‘Manager’).


New hire usually means college grad entry level and an experienced hire is usually otherwise.

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