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Top Instagrams to Follow for Success Tips

In honor of the revamping of Vault's own Instagram, we're taking a minute to pay tribute to the Instagram accounts that have inspired us time and time again.  Follow me on Twitter. Follow Vault on Twitter.  Read More:Which Ivy League Has the Best Instagram Account? Read More >

Should You Write Thank You Letters After Rejections?

Your interview went well and you did everything correctly, but you still received that letter or phone call stating that you weren't chosen for the position. This will happen. Not every job is for you, and not every interview will result in a job offer. However, you can still use a thank you letter to your advantage. First, it helps to avoid burning any bridges. Second, if you're still interested in the company, you can express this in your letter. Read More >

How to Evaluate Competing Job Offers

If you play close attention to the news, you might come to the conclusion that the economy has never been in worse shape for young people, and that you should end your job search whenever you get an offer, and jump at any chance to get your foot in the door. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the term "job search" is a little misleading; ideally, every search should result in multiple job offers. Read More >

The 50 Best Accounting Firms to Work For

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25 Financial Consulting Interview Questions

Got an interview with a consulting firm that specializes in financial consulting? Or thinking about applying for a position with one? Either way, you'll probably want some idea of what you're likely to be asked in the interview. Good news: we've got you covered, with sample questions from people who have either recently been through the process with the top firms in the financial consulting field, or who conduct interviews for their firms. Read More >

Wash Your Hands and Other Great Workplace Tips

Your resume says a lot about your work experience, but it doesn't tell employers anything about the nasty personal habits you may have that alienate you from the rest of the office.  And while it sounds harsh, the reality of the situation is, what your co-workers think of your personal flaws can be just as detrimental to your career as a poor work ethic, especially when these co-workers could turn into potential references. Read More >

The Biggest Mistake You're Making on LinkedIn

LinkedIn has undergone several changes and updates since its inception, but it's still considered to be essential for jobseekers. A recent Forbes article notes that both jobseekers and hiring managers view LinkedIn as a primary tool. And most career advisers recommend that everyone, from emerging professional to seasoned executive, should have a LinkedIn profile. And it's this very profile that's the most important tool that LinkedIn offers. Read More >

Why Millennials Refuse to Work for Big Banks

It's that time of year again: when private equity firms start poaching investment banking analysts with less than 10 months of experience on the job. "These kids don't even know where the restroom is yet," a recruiting coordinator at one of the big U.S. banking firms told me recently, "and they're already signing contracts to leave." PE poachers aside, Wall Street banks have bigger problems on their hands: they're losing talent to the tech industry. Read More >

10 Tips for Answering Consulting Case Questions Successfully

If you're interested in a career in the consulting industry, the case interview is an unavoidable fact of life: at some point, you're going to have to prove that you have the ability to break down a business problem on the fly. And even if you've got your methodologies down pat, it's possible to mess up the basics in a pressure situation. Here are a handful of tips-excerpted from the 2015 edition of Vault's  Guide to the Case Interview-that will help to keep you focused. 1. Read More >

The Personal Items You Need at Your Desk

You did it! You're a lawyer, and you've got a job! Whether you have your own office or a cube, you hopefully have at least one drawer for your personal belongings. Read More >

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