Want To Work In Blockchain? Pwc Has Just Been Named Top Recruiter, Followed by Big 4 Auditing Firms

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is a Big Four auditing firm, which has established itself in the blockchain industry pretty firmly. According to a search on Indeed, the firm happens to be the top recruiter for jobs in this field right now, with 40 blockchain job opportunities at press time.

Luckily for the blockchain industry and for prospective developers, PwC is not alone in this endeavor. There are other Big Four auditing firms that are looking to expand their array of blockchain jobs within their organizations, including Ernst & Young (EY) with 17 announcements and Deloitte with 10 announcements. The only one of the Big Four auditing firms that do not seem to be following along is KPMG. Even IBM and Oracle, two major tech firms, have posted jobs on the website for blockchain.

Accenture has listed 11 jobs in global management, consulting, and professional services. Accenture, however, already has implemented the distributed ledger technology, launching their own DLT platform in November. They presently use blockchain as a way to track and otherwise manage their software licenses. Last month, news media outlets discovered that the company had decided to collaborate with several major global firms for a blockchain-based circular supply chain. Mastercard has already signed on with Accenture for their endeavor.

One of the partners of PwC France recently said that they believe that the best entities to bring forth more digital tokens are corporations like Facebook and JPMorgan, rather than central banks.

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