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"I’ve never been questioned on the projects or the clients I choose. Nobody stopped me, nobody questioned me on what I want to practice. That’s the true entrepreneurial spirit – and it requires immense trust."
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The more digital the world becomes, the more we must value our uniquely human skills. It’s EY people all over the world, just like you, who through their ambitions, ideas, insights, innovation, collaboration, diversity and curiosity help us achieve the EY purpose of building a better working world.
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Hear from Danielle whose work helped deliver new innovations for the gaming industry.
"I was sitting down with clients at the C-suite level at a time when my contemporaries at law firms were still doing research. I got to do a lot, very young in my career and that was incredible. To be a fly on the wall when the partner was explaining a concept. It was such an immersive way to learn."
We know today’s working world is fluid and interconnected, so whether you stay with EY long-term or not, the relationships and experience you gain here will serve you throughout your career. The EY alumni network connects past and present employees so that you can continue to share knowledge and experience. We’re better together.
"Most of the things which I currently do and deliver are based on the competencies that I gained from EY."