Did you have any anxieties about working for a Big 6 firm?
What kinds of computer skills do you have to have?
Why are writing skills such a big deal, don't accountants just analyze numbers?
Besides the ticking and tying, what are some other technical aspects of auditing?
How have your responsibilities changed as you've moved up in the firm?
Does the firm offer any support in passing the CPA exam?
What are the hours like? What about overtime during tax season, is it pretty brutal?
Is the job intellectually challenging or is it just a lot of gofer work making photocopies and things like that?
Will I look stupid if I'm not sure about a particular audit procedure?
Do the people around you like their jobs?
With the shriking demand for auditors, what types of changes has KPMG gone through?
How did you learn about the industry you work in now?
What kinds of things can go wrong during an engagement?
What do you find rewarding about the job?
How is your performance evaluated and what affect does it have on promotions?
Is travel a significant factor as you're starting out?
Are your audits pre-scheduled or do you take on projects as they become available?