Kristina is Vault's associate law editor and reports on a variety of matters from technology to college advice. She received her BA in English with a focus in Creative Writing from the University of Iowa. Prior to joining the Vault team, Kristina has been a freelance writer in New York, covering food, local events, start-ups, and work out trends.
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While most people know that it’s imperative to plan ahead for a vacation, it’s the out-of-office email that gets put to the wayside until the very last moment. We've got the two templates to use for the perfect out-of-office email.
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While getting a side job may be prompted by anything from wanting to explore a different industry to working at paying those student loans off quicker, juggling more than one job can be a tricky task. We've got the five ways to ensure all of your jobs lead to success—and sanity.