I just discovered that PwC, the accounting firm that helped me file taxes in Japan and US last year, has over 250,000 employees 😲

From the looks of their software, I imagined they would be a scrappy firm who can't afford to hire a decent frontend engineer 😅



Moreover, PwC is just one of four big international accounting firms, three of which are in the UK. Together, these multinationals hire over 1 million employees just to tell people and companies how to fill in a bunch of tax forms 🤯


At ~$150k per employee, the world is sinking 150 billion dollars each year just because taxes are complicated... srsly?!?

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