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5 Tips to Help You Achieve Your Career Goals

In these modern times, the place of the individual in the workplace is slowly but surely starting to gain ground. Gone are the days when workers can be merely labelled as "spokes in the corporate wheel". Read More >

Beware of This Breakfast Interview Trick

If you ever have a breakfast interview with Walt Bettinger, the CEO of financial services giant Charles Schwab, beware of receiving the wrong order. That is, don't be surprised if you receive eggs over easy with a side of bacon when what you actually ordered was French toast with home fries. One thing I'll do sometimes is to meet someone for breakfast for the interview. Read More >

Interview Skills: The Marco Rubio Edition

The most recent Republican primary featured a by-now infamous exchange between presidential hopefuls Chris Christie and Marco Rubio. Ostensibly about whether or not Rubio had sufficient experience required to do the job of President, the exchange is notable for Rubio's use of a seemingly-canned piece of exposition three times in as many minutes-a piece of theater all the more remarkable for the fact that he was taking flak from Christie for using it, while using it. Read More >

Unemployment – Still the Best Thing to Happen to Me

Last week, I interviewed Jasmine Ray, the founder of Wall Ball World, for an upcoming blog, but her career advice was so thought provoking and inspiring, I had to post an early tease on our Facebook page.  Her thoughts aligned with my own recent decision to hand in my resignation letter without any sort of backup plan…and it was the best decision I ever made.  In 2009, during my first foray with Vault, I wrote a blog about my positive experience with unemployment. Read More >

Why I Left a Trendy Company for a Start-up

A sweet spot currently exists between the relative glimpses offered by Vine videos and the lengthy, highly produced content of YouTube, and the new app KnowMe aims to fill that spot. Founded by Emmy-winning director of HBO's The Jinx, Andrew Jarecki, KnowMe seeks to close the gap between users' desire to create high quality video content and the availability of a tool to do so. Read More >

Key Skills Every C# Developer Needs

The rather obvious answer to the question "What key skill is needed for a career in C#.NET software development?", is a background in software development using the C# language. Needless to say there is a little bit more to it than that, but let's start there.  Firstly, for those that aren't familiar, what is C#? Read More >

Q&A With Ellen Jin, a Morgan Stanley Credit Risk Analyst

Ellen Jin is a former Morgan Stanley intern who recently joined the firm on a full-time basis. Jin works as an analyst in the firm's Credit Risk Department. Last month, Jin spoke to Vault about how she landed her internship and why she took a full-time position with Morgan Stanley. She also offered some advice for students looking for financial services internships. Below is an excerpt of that conversation. VAULT: Where did you grow up and go to school? Read More >

How to Deal With a Resume Gap

The list of reasons for a gap in your resume is seemingly limitless. Maybe it was time to take a few years off to raise your children, your original career plans may no longer match your current goals and you've returned to school, or maybe hard times have found their way to your doorstep. Whatever the reason, gaps in our employment histories happen. While there may be a gap on your resume, all hope for overcoming the hurdles involved in the hiring process should not be lost. Read More >

How to Ace a Behavioral Interview

Behavioral interviews are becoming increasingly popular in the legal industry. A behavioral interview seeks to discover how you handled yourself in certain situations at your previous jobs, or, if you don't have a lot of work experience, in summer jobs or in internships and other school-related activities. The logic of these interviews is that past performance predicts future performance. Read More >

A Day in the Life of a Peace Corps Volunteer

If you think you might be interested in applying for a position with the Peace Corps, here's some advice from one Peace Corps recruiter: "The number one most important thing you can do during the application process is to show your commitment. It's going to be a long process, and we want to make sure that you really are dedicated. Read More >

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