Creating your mobile mindset
The world is changing rapidly. With shifts in economic powers from developed to emerging countries and an evolving market place that operates without borders, 89% of organizations are expanding their mobility programs and 70% of millennials are seeking global opportunities*.
As we consider how to build our global acumen and our future career paths, we all need to be open to new challenges and experiences that stretch across different fields and/or geographies.
Across the globe, we have many success stories of our PwC partners and staff who have embraced a mobile mindset and stepped out of their comfort zone to take on new challenges, particularly in emerging markets.
What global opportunities does PwC offer?
PwC US sends people all over the world. We offer different opportunities based on the needs of our clients, our partner firms and our people. These can range from long term multi-year assignments, short assignments of a few months or more, or international business travel for your current client.
Preparing for your mobile future
At PwC , we are committed to building a mobile workforce that is ready for global experiences. Our PwC Professional leadership framework is designed to help you build a career in a rapidly changing world – including developing your global acumen from your first day with us.
The Mobility Development Program (MDP) will help you prepare for a potential global experience during your career with us and the firm to build a pipeline of mobile-ready talent. For those of you committed to future mobility and who have the support of the business, this program will provide you with the support, skills, and tools need to build your language skills, global acumen and to prepare early in your career for a future opportunity.
During your time in the program, and at the right point in your career, you will work with your Career Coach and leaders to begin to identify the global opportunity that is best for you and the business.
Are you ready for your mobile future?
*PwC CEO Survey, January 2015