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Is the Legal Job Market Improving?

Among the many informative sessions at last week's NALP Annual Conference was a Q&A with members of the American Bar Association, in which the ABA gave a sneak peek at the most recent law school employment statistics. How has the law school class of 2014 fared since graduating? The short answer: A little better than their predecessors, but mostly because the number of law school grads shrank from the previous year. Read More >

Startup Jobs in Medical Marijuana

According to a handful of recent polls, a majority of Americans now support the legalization of medical marijuana. This means that legalization, if it hasn't already, is coming to a state near you. It also means that there'll be tons of cash up for grabs once medical marijuana is legal in your state. And so, if you aren't working for or investing in a medical marijuana startup, now might be a good time to get in on the action. Read More >

11 Networking Rules to Live By

Hundreds of legal career professionals have descended on Chicago for the annual NALP Conference, and the Vault team is here along with them. In addition to attending a myriad of informative panel discussions and workshops, we are networking our tails off. It's a lot of fun to catch up with our contacts at law firms, law schools, legal search firms and other conference attendees. Read More >

How Should College Students Spend Their Summers?

Although many college students have had their summer jobs and internships locked down for months, others are only now considering how to spend their three month-long breaks away from classes. Many students face the choice between a "professional" internship working for a company like Northwestern Mutual or a "fun" summer job like waiting tables or lifeguarding. The pros of an official professional internship are obvious. Read More >

5 Banks That Care About Climate Change

Follow me @VaultFinance. Read More:Can Working on Wall Street Save Lives?Do Ivy League Grads Have More Fun on Wall Street? Read More >

Are Longer Hours Pointless?

Several of the industries that we cover here at Vault are plagued by cultures where 70+ hours per week are common. Folks in law, finance, and consulting regularly report difficulties with trying to balance their working hours and, well, anything else in their life that doesn't involve work. (I'm leaving out accountants for now-while they undoubtedly work long hours during peak periods, I'm assuming they're all still catching some post-tax day shuteye. Read More >

6 Interview Tips From Tech Recruiters

There's no way around it: interviewing can be stressful. However, with a lot of preparation and, more important, the right kind of preparation, interview stress can be mitigated. To that end, below you'll find six interview tips from recruiters in the tech industry. These tips will help you prepare for an interview in this highly competitive field and should also help to alleviate a lot of your interview stress. Read More >

The One Case BigLaw Firms Won’t Take

The country's largest and most prestigious firms can be found on all sides of lawsuits dealing with controversial issues. More often than not, they are thought of as forever representing "the bad guys" when they are stuck in a jam (tobacco companies and pharma companies fending off products liability claims, corrupt CEOs and government officials, the big banks fighting accusations of causing the Great Recession, you name it). Read More >

Has the Income Gap's Moment Finally Arrived in the U.S.?

"There's something wrong when CEOs make 300 times more than the American worker."-Hillary Clinton, yesterday, in Iowa. I include that quote not as any sort of endorsement of Hillary's nascent campaign, but rather as an indication that wages-and specifically the gap between the highest earners and the lowest-finally seems to have punctured the political consciousness of at least one of the most likely candidates for the presidency. Read More >

Save the Planet by Working from Home?

Working remotely isn't just good for your company-a fact touched on by my colleague in these pages a couple of days ago-it's also good for the planet. According to an Earth Day-timed press release from FlexJobs, telecommuting policies at just three companies-Xerox, Dell and Aetna-"cumulatively saved 95.294 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions last year-equivalent to taking 20,000 passenger vehicles off the road. Read More >

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