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Heir to Dimon's JPMorgan Throne Calls It Quits

The so-called brain drain continues at beleaguered JPMorgan Chase. A few days ago, a man named Fang Fang, the chief of JPMorgan's Chinese investment banking unit, quit amid an investigation into the bank's alleged practices of hiring people in Asia so their relatives in the government would send business the bank's way. Read More >

Should Women Ask For Pay Raises Differently From Men?

According to this New York Times video, the answer is yes. In fact, the Times believes that "when women advocate for themselves at work it can sometimes backfire, which is why women need to take a more measured approach when asking for a raise or anything else at work." Although I'm not so sure that women need to take a different strategy from men in this regard (should men simply skip into their boss's office and call out, "How does a 10 percent hike work for you? Read More >

Would You Get Plastic Surgery to Aid Your Career?

The New Republic is out this week with a lengthy look at Silicon Valley's obsession with youth, and the effect it has on hiring and VC funding in the industry. While the whole thing is worth reading, the standout section from a career perspective comes early, with the revelation that plastic surgery and Botox injections are becoming increasingly popular in the Valley, as ageing tech workers seek to keep up the appearance of youth. Read More >

A Cheaper Way to Add Harvard Business School to Your Resume

There's nothing like the name of a top business school to make your resume more appealing to employers-which is probably why so many people are tempted to lie about it. Even for those who have the acumen and ability to cope with the workload, there are a couple of major drawbacks to signing up for an MBA: namely the cost, and the time out of the workforce. Read More >

Do I Have to Sit Behind a Desk All Summer?

It's another frigid day here on the East Coast, an uninspiring 31 degrees at the present moment, at what will hopefully be the tail end of a seemingly endless winter. But a hint of warm weather this past weekend plus the briefly heralded first day of spring last week has put summer on my brain. After all, it's almost April. And this being Vault, any discussion of summer of course means a discussion about summer jobs! Read More >

CEO Tweets of the Week: Gross, Musk, Holmes, and Weiner

Unfortunately I couldn't find any CEO tweets about Mercer University's upset of Duke University in the first round of the NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament. However, I did find one shining moment involving a Stanford physicist, as well as a rather professional-looking commercial from two amateur filmmakers who recently graduated from the University of Southern California (the Trojan women face St. Read More >

To Big 4 and Mid-Size Firm Accountants, Which is More Important: Prestige or Culture?

On Tax Day, which is just under four weeks away, Vault will be releasing its latest Accounting Rankings, which include rankings of the most prestigious accounting firms, those deemed the "best to work for," and the top rated firms in compensation, benefits, training, work/life balance, and firm culture, among other workplace categories.  This year, we surveyed more than 10,000 accountants at the top 90 accounting firms in the U.S., asking them to comment on life at their firm. Read More >

5 Jobs on ‘House of Cards’ That Look Cooler and More Exciting Than They Probably Are

Let me warn you: if you haven't watched the first two seasons of the highly entertaining, highly addictive, highly thrilling Netflix-produced "House of Cards" but plan to, there are going to be some massive PLOT SPOILERS in the words to follow. Read More >

Announcing Vault’s Instagram Account—@ VaultCareers!

Vault is excited to announce the launch of its official Instagram account VaultCareers! Follow us for career inspiration, office humor and beautiful images that will give you a quick break from the work day. Also, stay tuned for contests and giveaways. Let's get those hashtags started! Read More >

Bad Jobs: What I've Learned from the Worst Jobs I've Held

As a follow-up to my recent post on the lessons I learned from the best jobs I've had, I've been thinking about some of the worst-or least enjoyable-positions that I've held in my two-plus decades in the workforce. Read More >

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