December 11, 2018

If Global Travel Is Your Thing, Then This EY Deal Is For You (But Probably Not)

Are you looking for an exciting global opportunity? Ready to see the world, experience new cultures, and work without borders?

Well, if you're one of the lucky 1.368421052631579%, EY is for you!

Broaden your horizons, broaden yourself.

For experienced employees, the opportunities to connect globally are almost boundless. For example, each year, 2,600 established US firm employees participate in global mobility assignments, living and working abroad. We offer opportunities for short- and long-term domestic and international assignments that take you across service lines, industry sectors and geographies. Mobility helps us provide our clients with the right people, in the right place, with the right skills, at the right time.

EY employs 190,000 people around the globe. That means about 1.3% of them get this perk. The rest, well, you know what happens to the rest.

By making mobility a reality for all our people, we think and work beyond our own perspectives and borders. This is a concrete way we’re building a better working world.

— Eddie Mcleod, Americas Director, Mobility

I guess I'm a little confused as to meaning of "all" in the context of the quote above.

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