Interview with an Artist

I consider myself to be an artist. I’ve been an artist for most of my life, but I would only consider it to have been my job for the past two years. That was when I sold my first painting.

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MIT Sloan School of Management — MBA Program & Application Overview

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management is different from other business schools in that it is not talking about management in the abstract. As part of the world’s leading research institution, the Sloan School of Management …

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Top 25 MBA Programs’ Application Deadlines (2025)

Applying to business school can be confusing with so many different application deadlines and rounds. Here is our guide to the 2024-2025 MBA application cycle for the top programs, to help you keep track of your MBA timeline. Please note …

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The MBA Application Timeline—With Chart

Applying to business school is extremely taxing. Submitting a successful application requires thought, discipline, and the ability to juggle multiple projects at once. Sometimes, it’s hard to even know where to begin. We know—we’ve been there.

To help you through this difficult …

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How to Get the Perfect MBA Letter of Recommendation—With Examples

All right—you’ve kicked off your MBA application process, chosen your schools, and are diving into the application itself. Now it’s time to turn your attention to the recommendation letters.

Let’s start with the basics:

What is the MBA Letter of Recommendation, and Why Is It …

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Some Helpful Advice About Embracing the Give-and-Take Nature of an Interview

— Article by Audrey Spina, the Assistant Director of Career Services at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts. 

Though a job interview represents a discussion between an interviewer and a job seeker, the prospect of controlling the direction of the conversation can represent an …

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Interview Angst? Here’s What Not to Say in an Interview

As someone who’s been on both sides of an interview, I’ve heard a lot of things that were better left unsaid. I’m sure the speaker meant well (usually), but nerves just got in the way (guilty as charged!). But sometimes …

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Careers for Graduates with a Degree in Drama

The Play is the Thing in Which to Capture an Exciting Career

Provided By: Associated Content, Inc.

Graduates with a degree in drama will find that, as advertised, all the world is a stage and there are many careers connected …

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13+ Jobs for English Majors

As a former English major, I know the pain of coming home during summer break just for someone to say, “Oh, what are you going to do with that degree?” Jobs for English majors may not be as intuitive as …

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What Creative Career Is Right for Me? Quiz

Maybe you love to paint or draw; maybe your friends always come to you to come up with the most exciting party ideas; maybe you’re the one who always suggests karaoke or craft nights. You’re creative — that’s incredible! If …

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A Day in the Life: Social Media Manager

Ever wonder what a social media manager does all day? If so, check out the below: one social media manager tells Vault what she does during each minute of her day at work.

A Day in the Life: Social Media Manager

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