The Werewolf of Wall Street

The greed is unimaginable. The hubris is pornographic. And the smug, arrogant mask on the main character's face will make you clench your fists and grit your teeth with rage. No, I'm not talking about the latest Scorcese-DiCaprio collaboration but the latest PBS Frontline documentary, "To Catch a Trader," which follows the U.S. government's insider trading investigation of self-proclaimed Hedge Fund King Steven A. Cohen and his eponymous billion-dollar hedge fund empire. Read More >

Does Decreased Law School Enrollment Signal a Change in Legal Education?

Like rats abandoning a sinking ship, prospective law students appear to be fleeing in droves from the once hallowed halls of legal learning, if the American Bar Association's law school enrollment statistics are any indication of prospective student interest. Enrollment of first year law students at ABA-accredited law schools for classes that began in Fall 2013 was down 11 percent compared to enrollment for Fall 2012 classes. Read More >

Will the Job Market Recover in 2014?

Is this year set to be the one the job market comes roaring back?  I could have opened a blog with that sentence every year for the past five, were it not for one thing: the sluggish nature of the recovery, which has seen job growth limping along at a snail's pace, rather than ratcheting back to top speed. Read More >

Should You Consider a Law Firm Incubator?

With law school enrollment rates down 24 percent since 2010, it's no secret that the legal job market is hardly bursting with opportunity. Finding a job with a firm has become increasingly difficult, if not impossible, for many recent law school graduates. Some combat this problem by hanging their own shingles, but the business of starting a firm can be daunting. Read More >

Slim Down (Your Job Search) in 2014

It's the time of year when all the commercials you see on TV seem to have magically shifted from hawking toys and luxury goods to encouraging you to have less in your life: whether it's weight, nicotine craving or stress, the resolution season all seems to be about reduction. With that in mind, then, here are a few tips for ways to slim down your job hunt for 2014:  STOP: Blind-submitting your resume Seriously. Read More >

5 Ways a Blog Can Get You the Job

When it comes to social networking, each of the major channels-Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn-has its benefits and drawbacks for job seekers. While each can be an effective method for connecting with people and providing a sense of your skills and personality for potential employers, the downsides include things like privacy concerns and, crucially, the lack of space to go beyond basic information about yourself and your areas of interest and expertise. Read More >

Best and Worst of 2013: The Year in Work and the Workplace

When it comes to career-related news and developments, there was a lot to celebrate in 2013. There was also a lot to condemn. And below, in no particular order, is a collection of bests and worsts from the year in work and the workplace. Best Use of a Beastie Boys Song to Attempt to Increase the Number of Engineers Who Are GirlsToy company GoldieBlox thought it had hit gold when its ad using the Beastie Boys' song "Girls" received more than 8 million views. Read More >

Long-Term Unemployment: Is There a Solution?

While the unemployment rate has declined from 7.9 percent at the start of the year to 7 percent in November-and may well drop below 7 percent when December's data is released next month-one group of unemployed workers remains in crisis: the long-term unemployed. Read More >

Better Interview Skills? There's an App for That!

The future is officially here: the year is 2013, and computers can now teach you how to be a warm, engaging human. Us+, a new art project-slash-app, seeks to take the bugs out of IRL communication. Emotionally tone-deaf? Whiny and rambling? Passive aggressive? Us+ knows all your issues, and, unlike your best friend or your interviewer, isn't afraid to tell you. Read More >

Our 13 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2013

During the past year, our readers wanted to know which firms topped our annual rankings of law, banking, accounting, and consulting firms. They wanted to know how to write letters of recommendation for themselves and how not to write follow-up letters to employers. They also wanted to know why women aren't doing a better job of networking, and if an M.B.A. is still worth their dime and a damn. And perhaps above all else, they wanted some simple tips on how to succeed on the job. Read More >

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