EY to increase headcount in Hungary by 100

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EY is expanding in Hungary in the coming fiscal year and is expected to increase headcount by 100. The new hires will also have the opportunity to work abroad in the future at the various international EY offices, the company said today in a press release.

Currently, EY employs more than 600 people in Hungary and focuses mainly on recruiting fresh graduates with economic or legal qualification. Initial selections will take place this summer with work beginning in the fall.

“Career starters entering our firm have the opportunity to acquire all the knowledge they need to get on in a competitive environment, and learn how to serve high caliber clients” EY’s HR chief Dóra Debreczeni said. “They can also access opportunities at our offices abroad, where they can acquire valuable international professional and practical experiences, that can be applied when they return to Hungary,” she added.

Meanwhile, the firm is expanding worldwide, and is currently present in 150 countries with 700 offices, which employ more than 190,000 employees, the press release added. In global terms, the firm saw revenue of $27 bln in the last fiscal year, an increase of 6.8% as compared to the previous year.

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