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Kleiner Suit Sheds Light on Silicon Valley’s Misogynistic Side

Although former Kleiner Perkins junior partner Ellen Pao lost her gender-biased suit against her former employer, her case has shed new light on the dark side of Silicon Valley-that is, the misogynistic side. The jury in Pao's trial, which was closely followed in the Valley, ruled against Pao on all accounts. Which meant that the jury found that Kleiner Perkins didn't discriminate against Pao because she was a woman, nor did they fire her because she filed a suit against them. Read More >

The Best Countries for Women Managers

One of the biggest barriers to workplace equality for women is so commonplace that there's a convenient lexical shorthand for it. Utter the phrase "the glass ceiling" and almost anyone will know that you're referring to the paucity of female talent in executive positions at companies. Read More >

Google Poaches Wall Street's Most Powerful Woman: 3 Takeaways

Yesterday, it was announced that Google had hired Ruth Porat away from Morgan Stanley to be the tech firm's new CFO. Porat had held the chief financial officer position for the venerable Morgan Stanley for the past five years and was widely considered to be the most powerful woman on Wall Street. The move, which came two weeks after Patrick Pichette announced he was leaving his Google CFO post, was seen as a big gain for Google and a big loss for Morgan Stanley. Read More >

Taking the Grad School Plunge Online

As decisions go, the one to go to grad school or not is up there with some of the most expensive life choices you're going to make. A degree from a reputable school in a field that is likely to enhance your career prospect will set you back anywhere from $40,000 to almost $170,000 (if you do your MBA at Columbia). Compare that range to the ticket price of other life-changing events that you might undergo before turning 40:   Cost of an average wedding: $30,000. Read More >

Tips for the MPRE

The first MPRE of 2015 is this Saturday. Are you ready? The MPRE-Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam-is the first hurdle hopeful future lawyers must clear before being admitted to the bar. The MPRE tests your knowledge of the ethical standards of the legal profession. The exam is 60 questions, 10 of which are experimental questions, and it must be completed with 125 minutes, allowing for just over two minutes per question. Read More >

Announcing Vault's Top 150 Under 150

Vault is excited to release a new list highlighting the best small and midsized firms with 150 or fewer attorneys-Vault's Top 150 Under 150! As a counterpart to the highly respected and widely utilized Vault Law 100, which primarily showcases the largest law firms in the country, we developed the Top 150 Under 150 as a resource for students and lateral candidates seeking an experience outside of BigLaw. Read More >

Surviving and Thriving After a Layoff

If you or anyone you know has been laid off from a job, you know it's not easy. Even when layoffs are imminent, it's natural to hold on to the hope that your position might be 'saved.' If you were unhappy in your job, being laid off can be a blessing. However, if you loved your job and imagined staying there for some time, it can be devastating. Being laid off may not have been part of your plan, but when a layoff hits, you realize life's plan is bigger than yours. Read More >

Networking and Job Hunting for Introverts

If you're introverted, then you already know how nerve-racking socializing can be. When you add to that the pressure of job hunting and networking, the entire situation can turn into nothing but sweaty palms and shyness. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to set your introverted tendencies aside and excel in job hunting and networking situations. Read More >

Big 4 vs. Regional Accounting Firms: Is the Gap Closing?

In just under a month, Vault will release its annual Accounting Rankings. This year, the rankings are based on a survey of nearly 9,000 accountants, and include an overall 50 best to work for ranking, an overall prestige ranking, several quality of life rankings, and a handful of diversity rankings. Last year, in the overall prestige categories, PwC, EY, Deloitte, and KPMG (the so-called Big 4) ranked No. 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively. Read More >

3 Reasons Businesses Should Offer Flex Schedules

Follow Vault on Twitter @VaultCareers, @VaultFinance, @VAULTLAW, Instagram @VaultCareers and Facebook!  Read More: Face It, We're CubedCube Life is Killing MeThe Revolution Against Open-Office Plans Has Begun5 Ways to Stop Your Cubicle From Killing YouDinr L8R PLZ XOXO ;) - Is it Appropriate to Send Personal Texts at Work?What a Flexible Workplace Has to Do With Trust and Creativity (Inc. Read More >

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