The Spanish subsidiary of PwC, one of the world's top four consulting and professional services companies, expects to end the year 2021 with a total of 1,400 new employees. The main activities for these new workers are auditing, consulting, legal and tax advice, and financial transactions. Knowledge in analytical skills and technological innovation will be highly valued for junior positions. For senior positions, knowledge and experience in digital transformation, cybersecurity, data analytics, automation and robotisation of processes, artificial intelligence and machine learning will be valued. PwC currently has almost 5,000 employees working in the company's 20 offices in Spain.
The British consultancy firm has also announced that it plans to create 100,000 new jobs worldwide within the next five years. Assuming constant pace of recruitment, we could expect the creation of 20,000 per year. So far, the company has announced business expansions in France, Poland, South Africa, Spain, the UK, and the United States.