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Submit an Employee Review! Get Free Gold!

Vault surveys tens of thousands of employees at top companies across the United States to give job seekers an inside look into what it's really like to work for those companies. Before, because there were so many survey responses, not all of them made it to Vault's website. Now, employees can submit a review that will appear directly to their company's profile, even if that company didn't take a Vault survey! Read More >

Q&A With a Top Intern from a Top Internship Program

In recent weeks, I have focused on the internship program at Northwestern Mutual-a firm that has featured in our list of our Top 10 internship programs every year since its inception. We have seen what goes into making the program, and also found out what it's like to participate in the program. Read More >

29 Technical Interview Questions Tech Firms Ask Internship Candidates

Yesterday, Vault released its Top 50 Internships For 2015. The rankings were calculated using data culled from our latest Internship Experience Survey, which was administered earlier this year to 5,800 interns at 100 internship programs. Survey respondents-which came from a variety of industries, including finance, consulting, energy, consumer products, media, and tech-were asked to rate their programs in five areas. Read More >

101 Interview Questions Top Internship Programs Ask

Today, more than 40 percent of all entry-level full-time hires in the U.S. are sourced through internship programs. Which means that, for those looking to work for the most desired and admired employers in the country, internships are no longer a luxury but a necessity.  To that end, next Tuesday, October 28, Vault will be releasing its Top 50 Internship Programs for 2015. Read More >

What Makes a Great Internship Program?

With the launch of our 2015 internship rankings around the corner, I have been thinking about some of the factors that go into making a top program-both from the intern's perspective, and from the firm's side. After all: there has to be a reason that firms choose to commit time and resources to creating these programs, right? Read More >

Q&A With Victor Arribas, a Three-Time Morgan Stanley Summer Intern

Victor Arribas, a senior at the University of Michigan, recently accepted a full-time offer with Morgan Stanley, the global financial services firm. In his conversation with Vault, Victor provides perspective on the interview process, what he thinks employers are looking for from candidates, and the roles he held over his three summer internships. Read More >

McKinsey Named Top Consulting Firm to Work For in Europe

The results of our final consulting rankings for the year are in, and once again it is McKinsey that has dominated the prestige and Best to Work For categories in Europe-with Bain also emerging (surprise!) as one of the best firms to work for in the region (as both firms are wherever they operate). Read More >

3 Strategies to Make You a Better Public Speaker

Author and presidential speechwriter James Humes once commented, "Every time you have to speak, you are auditioning for leadership." Talk about pressure! Let's face it: if every single time you get ready to share your proposal, pitch, or project with your colleagues, clients or boss you think to yourself, "This is an audition for my professional future, so don't blow it, dammit!" you're likely to buckle under the pressure. Or just decide to keep your mouth shut. Read More >

The 2015 Asia-Pacific Consulting Rankings are Here!

There are few surprises at the top of our consulting rankings for Asia-Pacific this year, with McKinsey holding onto its top spot both on the overall ranking, and in prestige. As with last year, Bain & Co. finished in second place overall in the region. The results demonstrate the solid performance of the top players in the global industry across all regions, particularly with respect to working conditions. Read More >

Vault's 2015 Consulting Rankings Are Here!

It's been quite a year for changes in the consulting industry, which is apropos for the launch of our 2015 Consulting Industry ranking-the pendulum for "Best Consulting Firm to Work For" has swung back to Bain this year, with the firm beating McKinsey to pole position by the slenderest of margins, powered by incredible performance across our individual Best to Work For categories.   Out in the industry, the biggest change is easy to identify: the deal that saw Booz & Co. Read More >

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