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Which Candidates Have the Best Job Prospects in 2015?

It's hard to believe I'm saying this, but I think it's law students. More specifically: law students at the top schools who have at least decent grades and resumes. And the main reason is simply that there are fewer of them. The ABA announced this week that law school enrollment has slipped further this year, down 4.4 percent from 2013. In the fall of 2014 there were 37,924 full- and part-time 1L enrollees, compared to 39,675 in the fall of 2013. Read More >

What You Can Do About the Eric Garner & Mike Brown Grand Jury Decisions

After grand juries declined to indict Ferguson, Missouri police officer Darren Wilson for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen, and NYPD officer Daniel Panteleo for the chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man, tens of thousands of demonstrators have flooded streets across the United States to participate in marches and "die-ins" to protest police brutality and racial profiling. Read More >

10 Biggest Workplace Stories of 2014

It was the year of distressed babies, flash boys, and underpaid women. It was the year of frozen eggs, racist statements, income inequality, and the openly gay CEO. It was the year that Wall Street got soft, and the year that an unknown schoolteacher in China who hatched a company in his tiny apartment became a multi-billionaire in the largest IPO in history. It was 2014. And here are your 10 biggest workplace stories of the year. 10. Read More >

Medical Marijuana Is Coming to NYC—and Needs Finance, Legal, and Health Care Talent

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to speak with Ari Hoffnung, a former Wall Street banker turned public servant turned medical cannabis entrepreneur. For more than a decade, Hoffnung worked at Bear Stearns, where he was a managing director. Not long after Bear imploded in 2008, Hoffnung went to work for the City of New York as deputy comptroller. Read More >

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 >

The Most Powerful Woman in the World and the Science of Her Success

One of the most interesting details packed into the recent 15,000-word New Yorker profile of German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the fact that Merkel, widely considered to be the most powerful woman in the world, studied physics and earned her doctorate in quantum chemistry. This scientific background of Merkel's interested me so much that it led me to research the academic and work experience of the 43 men who've served as President of the United States. Read More >

What's Your Job Like? Tax Professional, Deloitte

Ever wondered what life inside a major firm is like? Here, Deloitte's Heather Reiter--a New Jersey native--gives us a glimpse of her career to date, as well as her day-to-day life as Manager in Deloitte's Tax Management Consulting practice in Belgium. 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 >

What the New York Times Failed to Mention About Goldman Sachs' Tech Employees

Last week, the New York Times published an article entitled "Goldman Sachs Recasts Its Reputation to Woo Tech Talent. Read More >

Can Business Leaders Step Up and End the Skills Crisis?

With around 9 million unemployed people in the country, you'd think that U.S. firms would have no problem filling the 3 million or so open positions that are currently available. But you'd be wrong: despite the 3 to 1 ratio of jobseekers to unfilled jobs, many firms can't find people with the requisite skills to fill the positions they have. As a new report points out, that's not just a problem for those firms-the mismatch is causing the entire economy to cover. Read More >

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