EY US Invests $1 Billion in Talent and Technology

To improve the experience of early career accounting professionals and increase the profession's appeal to young graduates, Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) has announced a $1 billion investment spread over three years. The investment will flow directly into programs that aim to offer better early career pay, AI-enabled tax, and audit platforms, the cutting-edge "360

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Careers" experience, college student outreach and assistance, and improved wellness benefits. Ginnie Carlier, EY Americas Vice Chair – Talent, emphasized the importance of a thriving accounting profession for investors and global markets. The investment aims to position EY US as a leading choice for launching audit or tax careers and as a springboard for future business leaders.

Dante D’Egidio, EY Americas Vice Chair – Assurance, highlighted the need to align accounting graduates' starting salaries with other business degree holders, recognizing their value and ensuring a strong pipeline of certified public accountants (CPAs). EY US will support professionals through pathways to CPA licensure, including the EY Career Path Accelerator, and introduce the EY 360 Careers experience in 2025 to equip recruits with essential leadership skills. Enhanced well-being initiatives will support professionals during peak performance periods. EY operates in over 150 countries with diverse teams, offering assurance services and supporting clients in their growth, transformation, and operations across multiple sectors. By leveraging data and technology, EY addresses complex global challenges

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