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Why Millennials Refuse to Work for Big Banks

It's that time of year again: when private equity firms start poaching investment banking analysts with less than 10 months of experience on the job. "These kids don't even know where the restroom is yet," a recruiting coordinator at one of the big U.S. banking firms told me recently, "and they're already signing contracts to leave." PE poachers aside, Wall Street banks have bigger problems on their hands: they're losing talent to the tech industry. Read More >

The Personal Items You Need at Your Desk

You did it! You're a lawyer, and you've got a job! Whether you have your own office or a cube, you hopefully have at least one drawer for your personal belongings. Read More >

Tips for Job Searching on the Sneak

Once upon a time, there was a jobseeker who was searching for a job and found the perfect match - never having to search for another job again. Awwww….fairy tales are amazing, aren't they? Today's economic reality makes the job search a necessity for even the happiest of employees. Why? Either you're going to get laid off, you're not going to get a raise or you're going to be asked to cram a week's workload into one day because your company doesn't want to hire additional staff. Read More >

What to Expect on Your Consulting Internship

It's that time of year: you've either landed a summer internship or are deep into the application process. And, if you're anything like me, your thoughts are already starting to turn towards the day-to-day realities of what you'll be doing for the summer-and maybe panicking a little about what to expect. How many hours will you be working? What's the dress code like? Am I even cut out for this job? How will I possibly stand out enough to get a full-time offer? Read More >

Real Tips for a Successful Internship

It's that time of year again. In a few short weeks, students will begin their internships at companies throughout the country, hoping to get their foot in the door, impress their bosses and land the job of their dreams. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. Before you turn an internship into a full-time job, you need to get the basics down first.  Be Prepared…Assume nothing. You're going into the unknown. Read More >

Why I Work Like a Millennial

The term millennial is more than a buzz word; it's a complete culture.  Millennials are changing the way things are done, most notably the way we work. As the largest fraction of the U. S. workforce, it's surprising to see companies resisting the profound impact of millennials. Read More >

What Facebook and Pinterest Are Doing to Hire More Women

A new study by McKinsey and LeanIn.org unsurprisingly shows that women are still severely underrepresented at tech firms throughout the country and that the (few) women already at tech firms believe their gender is holding them back from promotions. The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on the study's findings and included some pretty graphs and tables and whatnot. In any case, here's the gist of the quantitative results: Researchers found that women make up 36. Read More >

What Makes Big 3 Consultants Different?

The question of why you would choose one firm over another as an employer is something that greatly interests us here at Vault-so much so, that we put the question into our annual consulting industry survey, so that we can find out what makes consultants tick. Read More >

Citi Tries to Lure Millennials with Entire Year Off

First Wall Street told young bankers that they didn't have to work on weekends. Then they told them they'd never have to work past midnight. Now they're giving them an entire year off. Attitudes toward young bankers have shifted so strongly on Wall Street that Citigroup Inc. has a new plan to keep them happy: Give them a year off. Read More >

Want a Short Commute? Don't Live Here.

When it comes to commuting, there's a growing body of research that suggests that less is more. Not only are they an incredible time-suck, long commutes are bad for you in any number of ways: They're bad for your health. They're bad for your marriage. And they're worse for women than men. Read More >

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