Baffled by the Greek crisis? Worried about the possibility of a question coming up on your next job or college interview about the roots of the problem?
Check out this illuminating video from the ever-on-top-of-the-situation folks over at Vox. In tracing the issue back to the founding of the Euro, it serves as a great primer on which to start building your seemingly off-the-cuff response the next time "Would you recommend Grexit?" comes up in a situation where "I have no idea" is not a viable answer.
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.
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.
The results of our final consulting rankings for the year are in, and once again it is McKinsey that has dominated the prestige and Best to Work For categories in Europe—with Bain also emerging (surprise! ) as one of the best firms to work for in the region (as both firms are wherever they operate).
Being a lawyer is stressful. Many factors—demanding workloads, long hours, deadlines, billable hour requirements, pressure to secure favorable outcomes for clients, student loan debt, the demands of keeping up with ever-changing law, and innumerable others—contribute to this.