How to Scrub and Build Your Social Presence Before Searching for a Job
It's widely known that employers check your social media accounts before considering you for a job. So if you’re thinking about looking for a new position, here are the four key steps to take to clean up and build your social presence.
Professional Etiquette Basics: Unspoken Rules and How to Navigate Them
Being new to the workplace means that you might not know some of the unspoken rules. Let's review some of the basics of professional etiquette so you can start your career off on the right foot.
When You Don’t Want the Job: How to Tactfully Decline a Legal Job Offer
What should you do if you receive a legal job offer but you don’t want to accept it? Read on for how to reject the offer and keep your professional reputation intact.
6 Skills You Need on Your Resume to Get Hired in 2020
The workplace is always evolving, so it’s important to adapt your skillset to meet the constantly changing demands of employers. Here are the six most important skills to have on your resume in 2020.
'Why PE?' Answering the First Question in a Private Equity Interview
Why you want a career in private equity is a common question asked in private equity interviews. Learn how to conquer your answer to this question.
Emerging Lawyer Spotlight: Interview with a Health Care Compliance Attorney
Interested in compliance work? Read on for our interview with Christine Kearney, a Chicago-based junior attorney working in health care compliance. She discusses her current role, the path she took to get there, and her advice to law students!
The Top Law Firms in New York & California
New York City, Northern California, and Southern California are three of the most coveted legal markets for lawyers paving their careers. But what stands out in one doesn't necessarily take the prize in the other. So how is a law student or lawyer to distinguish among the three? Click to check out Vault's newest regional-based resources!