9:00 am, May 29th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
The Affordable Care Act is exposing a big problem — the 51 million Americans who can’t make regular insurance payments, because they don’t have bank accounts.
12:15 pm, May 17th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
How lonely are you, on a scale of 1 – 10?
1:30 pm, May 7th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
Prom has changed quite a bit since we went. More money, “promposals,” etc. Gone are the days when you went to dinner beforehand with your date, your friend’s brother, at a restaurant his parents had a gift card to. And then danced the night away in the finest Jessica McClintock couture.
9:45 am, April 30th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
We’re serious — self-promotion is a skill that’s essential to get ahead. But you can’t promote yourself if you don’t already think that you’re awesome.
2:45 pm, April 22nd | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
“I bet Ryan Lochte smells like chlorine, juice, and Red Bull.”
11:15 am, April 16th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
Forbes published a list of the 25 college diplomas with the highest pay. Is this a fair way to evaluate university degrees?
9:45 am, April 5th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
Carrie Mathison, Amy Jellicoe, and Leslie Knope have more in common than you’d think.
9:45 am, April 3rd | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
After a high school senior wrote an op-ed “to all the colleges that rejected her” in The Wall Street Journal, we wonder if we’re placing too high a premium on getting into the perfect school.
2:30 pm, April 1st | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
If you must celebrate April Fool’s Day at work, consider the following cOoL pRaNkZ.
1:25 pm, February 13th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
We here at The Jane Dough get so much joy from covering women who are at the top of their respective fields. From our 50 Women of 2012 to our 30 Female Entrepreneurs To Watch In 2013, we love celebrating the achievements of these hard-working, dedicated, passionate professionals. This week in honor of Black History Month we decided to highlight 50 African-American women who are accomplishing extraordinary things in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Check out the gallery and prepare to feel a little bit inadequate when you get a load of some of these resumés.