Big Law is going through a huge transformation: here's the latest news on pay, hiring, and career prospects
The latest news on Big Law hiring, compensation, layoffs, law school recruiting, diploma privilege, people moves, hot practice areas.
Whether you're doing it to pay off student loans or pursue an unfulfilled passion, you may be able to turn your side hustle into a high-paying career.
These reads can help ease some of the stress of transitioning from college student to working professional.
The new tool mimics the more relaxed experience of other, more casual social media outlets, but you should still be careful what you post.
Cannabis salaries are soaring. Here are the 24 jobs where you can take home a 6-figure salary in the $31 billion industry.
Cannabis-cultivation managers, compliance directors, and information-technology managers can take home big paychecks.
Google said the goal of the program is to help employees pay off their loans so they can save for retirement, start a family, or buy a home.
These are the highest-paying remote jobs in computing that you can do anywhere in the world, and they're all hiring right now
The highest-paying fully remote jobs in the computer & IT sectors include head of product and backend engineer roles, and two pay more than $100,000.
JOB INTERVIEW PREP: Career coaches and recruiters from top companies like Google and Facebook share their best advice for impressing the hiring manager and landing a top job
Here's what you need to know ahead of your interview, including what to wear, how to answer tough questions, composing a thank you note, and more.
Inside the annual event that partners with giants like Google and Apple to increase gender diversity in tech and draws 30,000 attendees from around the globe
This year, the Grace Hopper Celebration is prioritizing working with women who have been laid off or furloughed because of the pandemic.
6 important tips for interviewers looking to hire top talent from diverse backgrounds, according to HR and D&I leaders
Having "a very limited pool of black talent to recruit from," isn't the problem — telling a Black person they're "articulate" in a job interview is.
Pew Research Center also found that 60% of the people who took a pay cut early in the pandemic are still making less than they were before March.
These books explain how the quality of work and work-life balance changed in recent years, and what to expect of the gig economy as it develops.
Full-time parents told Business Insider that these side gigs have helped them bring in thousands a year in extra income, on their own time.
I reviewed 587 resumes in 49 hours to help people impacted by the pandemic. Here are my best tips on how to build a resume that stands out — along with the best examples.
Eugene Hayden has worked at top companies like Google, KPMG, and Boston Consulting Group and has spent years tweaking his own resume.
With a cohesive story that incorporates MIT's mission, experts said, candidates can land a coveted spot at one of the best business schools globally.
Landing a spot in Wharton's MBA program, ranked No. 2 in the world, isn't easy — but owning your narrative and communicating clear goals can help.
I sit on the Purple seat cushion while I work — it helps improve my posture and makes sitting much more comfortable
It's made sitting through the workday more pleasant, and thanks to its effect on my posture, it also improved my time spent standing.
Under Vanessa Pappas, TikTok could go from political nightmare to a powerhouse focused on investing in creators
Vanessa Pappas has been a TikTok executive for years and is now its acting CEO. Here's how she might lead the company out of troubled waters.
This eclectic collection of books will help you become a more thoughtful and influential leader at work.
Bodyguards go through intense training to protect celebrities, CEOs, and politicians. Global Threat Solutions' bodyguards have protected Joe Biden.
The pandemic could be turning the gig economy white-collar, if this summer's new freelancers are any indication
An Upwork report found that this summer, 24% more people made a recent decision to enter the gig economy than in most years on record.
A founding member of 'The Try Guys' with 7.3 million YouTube followers launched a tea company that sold out in less than a day. Here's how he started and managed a successful business during the pandemic.
Zach Kornfeld stuck to a low budget by hiring an independent artist to design his logo and shooting his own photos in his living room.
Meet the CEO behind the company that owns the rights to all your favorite bankrupt brands and dead celebrities, from Forever 21 to Marilyn Monroe
Authentic Brands Group CEO Jamie Salter has spent the coronavirus pandemic buying up the rights to struggling retailers.
Mailchimp's chief product officer says clarifying priorities should be your number one focus when managing a 100% remote team — here's how to start setting clear, actionable goals
John Foreman argues that if you're doing your job right, ensuring employees know exactly what to do next should feel a bit dry and boring.
95% of Stanford MBA students take a nonrequired course nicknamed 'Touchy Feely.' Here's why alumni say it's been voted the most popular elective for 45 years.
The course's popularity has increased so much in recent years that it's now offered every quarter, as well as to students outside of the GSB.
The personal essay that helped one student land a coveted spot at Stanford Graduate School of Business
Aja Edmond is a 2012 graduate of Stanford Graduate School of Business, the No. 1 MBA program in the world for 2021. This is the essay she submitted.
Here's what it takes to get accepted into Stanford Graduate School of Business, according to 6 grads and the assistant dean of admissions
Stanford Graduate School of Business was ranked as the best business school in the world for 2021. Here's how to be one of the 6.1% accepted.
Ask these questions during a meeting with your CEO, experts say, so that you look smart, knowledgeable, and engaged.
ACING THE APPLICATION: Career experts' best advice for writing a standout résumé and cover letter that will impress hiring managers and help you land a plum job opportunity
In a competitive job market, your application materials can mean the difference between a job offer and a rejection.
The 8 best executive MBAs that let you get a prestigious degree from anywhere in the world while working full time
11 alumni and staffers explain what makes these programs so great in terms of curriculum, job prospects, networking opportunities, and more.
To retire how you want to, it's crucial to plan ahead, according to retirees who have stopped working and continue to live comfortably.
I became a manager before I knew how to lead effectively. Here's what I wish someone told me before I was promoted.
Gallup estimates that unqualified managers cost US businesses hundreds of billions of dollars annually.
Employees aren't talking about coronavirus-related stress and depression, and that's bad for business.
LinkedIn's list of startups includes food delivery app DoorDash and commission-free trading tool Robinhood.
I'm the female CEO of a think tank devoted to diversity and inclusion. Workplaces — and the government — can honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy by building the world she fought for.
"We must recognize just how important systemic solutions are in the fight for equity — and federal law has a crucial role to play."
Meet 2019's Rising Stars of Wall Street from firms like Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, and Apollo shaking up investing, trading, and dealmaking
From starting a hedge fund before 30 to running alternative-data shops and helping lead $27 billion investments, this group is in a league of its own.
Interest in hiring MBAs has swung back to pre-pandemic levels — or so say banks, consultancies, and tech companies
The Graduate Management Admission Council surveyed hundreds of firms on MBA recruiting. Hiring interest is back up, but salaries remain slightly down.
Facebook's head of recruiting shares 3 qualities the tech giant is looking for in remote job candidates — and how you can make yourself stand out
Miranda Kalinowski says Facebook looks for people it calls "builders," or employees who go beyond what's expected of their work.
SUCCESS INSIDER: What people in the C-suites of Apple, Facebook, Disney, and 90 other big tech and media companies earn
Our regular newsletter for getting things done, like understanding how executive compensation works at some of the biggest US companies.
Silicon Valley's workforce is falling out of love with massive tech campuses. Experts predict what will take its place are networks of satellite offices.
Silicon Valley may no longer be the center of tech it once was, as companies like Amazon and Uber plan for a future around satellite offices.
Should I start a business? It's a question on many ambitious professionals' minds. We asked entrepreneurship experts how to make the decision.
School ranking website AcademicInfluence.com analyzed the impact of notable alumni and professors from top-tier institutions to compile the list.
5 key takeaways for media job seekers as the pandemic and consolidation alter the industry, according to top recruiters
Media recruiters said the industry is slowly starting to hire again, and there's growing demand for media in other sectors, as well.
A 5-step guide to hosting a successful virtual recruiting event, according to execs from job search giants Handshake and Indeed
Employers have to set a target number of RSVPs, promote the event online, and prepare engaging content.
Consulting salaries revealed: How much employees make at 12 boutique firms including Booz Allen Hamilton, AlixPartners, and Mercer
Consultants can make $165,000 at boutique firms, and compensation for principals can top $200,000, according to Business Insider's salary analysis.
The top 10 coding languages recruiters are looking for right now — and how to learn them online for free
Use this effective fill-in-the-blank template when writing your LinkedIn profile summary and save time
Adrian Granzella Larssen is a content strategist who founded her own business. Here's her LinkedIn summary template.
Atlassian's US salaries revealed: How much the $42 billion giant pays engineers, product managers, data scientists, and more
Disclosure data filed with the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification reveals a snapshot of how much the firm pays its US employees.
Wealthy expectant parents in New York are paying this couple hundreds of dollars to baby-proof their homes
Fred and Courtney Ilarraza say they once charged a client $10,000 to kid-proof a rental home in the Hamptons.
PRESENTING: 6 side hustles you can start from home, according to 2 freelancers earning $15,000 a month
Full-time freelancer Stephanie Smolders makes money online from all over the world. These are her recommendations for building a business from home.