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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 >

Top 50 Internships For 2015

Earlier this year, Vault invited more than 500 organizations to participate in our annual Internship Experience Survey. The survey asked current and former interns to comment on and rate their internship experiences on a variety of factors. This year, we heard from 5,800 interns who reviewed 100 different internship programs. Read More >

Culture & Inclusion: Building a Career at Deloitte

When it comes to choosing a firm to work for, culture consistently comes up as a major factor among the employees that we survey. In this post, Carlos Robles, an AERS Advisory Senior Consultant in Deloitte & Touche LLP's San Jose office, discusses how the firm's culture and inclusion policies have helped him to build a career there-and how that started during his internship with the firm in college. 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 >

Give Up on Your Dream Job?

"Find a job you love, and you'll never work a day in your life." Words of wisdom or annoyingly ubiquitous career advice that's not actually accurate or helpful? Career/workplace issues expert Mart Nemko suggests that rather than looking for a "dream career," job hunters should focus on finding job satisfaction, even if that means working in a seemingly boring or ordinary position. Chasing your passion may be terrible advice for many people. 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 >

Want to Work for Google or Microsoft? This New Social Media Tool Can Help

Each fall, thousands of college seniors studying computer science and engineering face a difficult decision: Do I accept the full-time job offer I received from the firm I interned with over the summer? Or do I forego that offer (which has a shorter shelf life than milk) and hope that a better offer comes my way before I graduate? Until recently, these 20- and 21-year-old students were on their own when taking a stab at making the right choice. Read More >

This Attorney Really Doesn't Want You to Go to Law School

A personal injury attorney in Illinois may have solved the nation's underemployment crisis for law school graduates…paying them not to study law to begin with. To swat back the swarm of newly minted attorneys descending upon the legal job market, Matthew Willens of Willens Law Offices in Chicago and Rolling Meadows, Illinois offered a $1,000 scholarship to students working toward a graduate degree in a field other than law. Read More >

Consultants are Super-Optimistic About the Future

It's a great year for the consulting industry-at least if the outlook of its employees is anything to go by. With the launch of the Vault Consulting rankings out of the way, I've been spending some time going through some of the data we collected from the 12,000 or so responses to our survey this year, and will be posting some of the more interesting insights here in the coming days and weeks. Read More >

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