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With PwC My+, does that mean WFH forever or WFH until 2023 only? I’m in the NYC metro area for tax as an S1 at another Big 4, so I’m not sure if I’d qualify if I join PwC. Thank you!PwC

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Sounds too good to be true. Thank you for the referral, but not looking just yet!

For now it’s till 2023(not sure if it’s till year end) but hoping to extend to eternity.


Thank you for the information! That’s helpful!

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