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Q&A With a Working Mother on Wall Street

Hilani Kerr is the head of global foreign exchange product sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. During her two-decade career, she has worked in Europe, Asia, Australia, and, for the past three years, in New York. In addition to her busy work schedule, she and her husband are raising two daughters-an 11-year old and an eight-year old. I recently spoke to Kerr about how she balances her home life with her work life. Below is an excerpt from that conversation. Read More >

Which Font Is the Best for Your Resume?

I'll give you a hint: it's not Comic Sans, it's not Times New Roman, and, as far as I know, it's the only font that's been the subject of a feature-length documentary film. Yes, Helvetica. Or should I say, Helvetica Yes! In any case, according to Bloomberg, "which asked three typography wonks which typefaces make a curriculum vitae look classiest," here's why the font is so well suited for your resume: "Helvetica is so no-fuss, it doesn't really lean in one direction or another. Read More >

How to Build a Social Resume

Traditional resumes will always be a critical part of the recruiting process, but they're not the only things hiring managers look at anymore-not even close. Thanks to our increasing participation in various social media sites, hiring managers can now quickly find a wealth of information about job candidates simply by typing their names into Google. Read More >

Is Detroit the Coolest City to Work In?

Detroit might not be the safest city, and it's certainly not the richest (in fact, it's the poorest), but it could very well be the coolest city to live and work in right now. Read More >

Is the Legal Job Market Improving?

Among the many informative sessions at last week's NALP Annual Conference was a Q&A with members of the American Bar Association, in which the ABA gave a sneak peek at the most recent law school employment statistics. How has the law school class of 2014 fared since graduating? The short answer: A little better than their predecessors, but mostly because the number of law school grads shrank from the previous year. Read More >

Startup Jobs in Medical Marijuana

According to a handful of recent polls, a majority of Americans now support the legalization of medical marijuana. This means that legalization, if it hasn't already, is coming to a state near you. It also means that there'll be tons of cash up for grabs once medical marijuana is legal in your state. And so, if you aren't working for or investing in a medical marijuana startup, now might be a good time to get in on the action. Read More >

How Should College Students Spend Their Summers?

Although many college students have had their summer jobs and internships locked down for months, others are only now considering how to spend their three month-long breaks away from classes. Many students face the choice between a "professional" internship working for a company like Northwestern Mutual or a "fun" summer job like waiting tables or lifeguarding. The pros of an official professional internship are obvious. Read More >

6 Interview Tips From Tech Recruiters

There's no way around it: interviewing can be stressful. However, with a lot of preparation and, more important, the right kind of preparation, interview stress can be mitigated. To that end, below you'll find six interview tips from recruiters in the tech industry. These tips will help you prepare for an interview in this highly competitive field and should also help to alleviate a lot of your interview stress. Read More >

50 Best Accounting Firms to Work For

Follow me @VaultFinance. Read More:Big 4 vs. Regional Accounting Firms: Is the Gap Closing? Read More >

The Best MBA Program for Consultants

Want to work for a top consulting firm? And by, "top", I mean, one of the top 5 firms on Vault's annual consulting list-the crème de la crème of the industry, the firms where you spend a few years before going on to work for, potentially wind up running, some of the biggest names in business? What's that? You do? Well, then, the NY Times has the secret formula you're looking for: "Go to Kellogg School of Management." OK, so there are a couple of catches. Read More >

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