Seven new starters for EY in Liverpool

Accountancy firm EY has taken on seven new graduates and apprentices at its Liverpool office as well as offering placements to a number of young people

Jenn Hazlehurst, office managing Partner at EY in Liverpool


Seven new graduates and apprentices have been taken on by accountancy firm EY at its Liverpool office so far this year.

A further six students were given temporary short-term placements through industrial placements and summer internships, to gain vital work experience. In addition, the EY Foundation – EY’s independent charity – provided 24 students from Liverpool in 2021.

They secured placements on its Smart Futures, Tech Futures and Beyond Your Limits programmes. Through these programmes, the EY Foundation helps support young people from low-income backgrounds to receive paid work experience, mentoring, employability skills training and career advice.

The new hires are part of EY’s 1,088 student recruits across the UK, which includes 909 graduates and 179 apprentices. 44% of all the student recruits this year will be based outside of London.

Jenn Hazlehurst, office managing partner for EY in Liverpool, said: “It is brilliant to see that we have increased our intake of graduates as well as placement and internship students from last year, demonstrating our commitment to student recruitment and the growth of the firm.

“At a time when many young people across the Liverpool city region continue to face a challenging labour market, we have continued to recruit throughout the pandemic, and honoured all conditional offers we made prior to A-Level results for the second year running.

“Young talent is essential to our future business success and to shaping the skills we will need to remain competitive. We know that many of these new hires will become the future leaders of our business so it’s vital that we equip them with the expertise, skills and hands-on experience needed to get their EY career off to a flying start.”

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