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Thanks to Harvard Alum, Juilliard Gets a Career Services Center

Today, New York City's Juilliard School, the renowned dance, drama, and music conservatory, announced that it has received a $5 million donation to create the Alan D. Marks Center for Career Services and Entrepreneurship. It will be the school's first official career services center. Read More >

Don't Want to be a Desk Jockey? Try These 7 Alternative Careers

Are you bored out of your mind even considering a 9-5 behind the confines of a desk? Sitting at a desk in a cubicle isn't for everyone. There are plenty of career options out there that are interesting and keep you out in the field. Some require extensive education while others have lower average salaries. But, if experiencing new things or places is what you want from a career, then, according to Vault contributor JT Ripton, these seven positions might just be perfect for you. Read More >

49 Interview Questions Top Accounting Firms Ask

Since December, Vault has been asking accounting professionals across the U.S. to tell us what it's like to work for their firms. So far, we've surveyed about 6,000 accounting professionals, and one of the questions we've been asking has to do with interviews. Specifically, we've been asking accountants to tell us the questions that they were asked during interviews with their firms. And, to that end, below you'll find 49 common interview questions that top accounting firms ask. Read More >

Have you got stories about love (or lust!) in the workplace?

Have you got stories to share about love (or lust!) in the workplace? Don't be shy … that's what Vault's Office Romance Survey is for. Vault.com is renowned for its thorough, substantive research and insights into the vital matters facing today's workforce. It is in that tradition that we invite you to our latest survey, which deals with that most pressing subject: Love. Read More >

The State of the Union: Can Government Help America's Workers?

"We are a strong, tight-knit family who has made it through some very hard times." The central theme of the domestic portion of President Obama's penultimate State of the Union speech last night was all about the progress the economy has made since the darkest days of the recession, coupled with a few ideas-most of which are unlikely to make it through Congress alive-about where to go from here. Read More >

Four Tips for Generating New Clients

Lawyers exist to serve the needs of their clients. Clients are the lifeblood of every law firm. Regardless of size or prestige, without clients, a firm can't survive. Many associates are often tasked with generating new business, and failure to do so could mean forfeited annual pay raises, decreased bonus opportunities, stalled promotion prospects and even job loss. Read More >

5 Careers With a Promising Job Outlook

There are lots of different reasons why people choose one career path over another. While some target careers with good earning potential, others choose vocations that allow them to help others, or to work with their hands. One thing everyone has in common, however, is the desire to know that there will be jobs available when they complete their training. Here is a look at five careers where the future looks bright. Read More >

10 Best Perks the Big 4 Offer

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Switch to Your Law Firm's Tax Group ASAP!

Many factors contribute to overall satisfaction with a legal job-co-workers, commute time, the jerk level of the boss-but the most important factors may be the subject matter associates are required to stare at ALL DAY LONG and the type of work related to that subject matter. Switching practice groups may be the solution to unhappiness in the workplace-whether that is an available option is another question. Read More >

Which Law School Actually Prepares You to Practice?

The vast majority of junior attorneys will agree that when they graduated from law school and began practicing, they had no idea what they were doing. Law school prepares you to take exams, fire back at Socratic-method questioning, and learn how to survive without doing 50 percent of your assigned reading. Read More >

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