Jacqui Kenyon

About


Jacqui Kenyon graduated from Syracuse University, where she was editor in chief of general-interest magazine The Student Voice, with a joint degree in magazine journalism and environmental geography. Her work has appeared on Forbes, The Week, Lifehacker and more. She loves maps, photography, the ocean and all things tea-related. Follow Jacqui on Twitter .

Posts by Jacqui Kenyon

The Latest Occupational Hazard? Binge Working

We all know that marathon sessions at the office aren’t good for you, but they’re proving more dangerous than ever. More

Restrictions on Pay Are Making Bankers … Richer

Reforms meant to cap Wall Street salaries are actually leading to bigger payouts. Here’s why. More

The Latest Car Insurance Trend: Pay As You Drive

Forget the Geico gecko. The new “it” way to snag discounts is to install a device that tracks your every move behind the wheel. More

Should You Wait Around for the Perfect Job?

If you’re on the hunt for a new gig, you may want to just sit back and relax—aggressive recruiting is on the rise. More

No Promotion in Sight? Here’s What to Do Next

The economy has led to fierce competition for fewer management positions. Follow these tips if you feel stuck on the ladder. More

See Who Donated $100 Million to Charity!

Charitable gifts that topped $100 million increased in 2013, thanks to big givers like Mark Zuckerberg and Michael Bloomberg. More

13 Festive (and Frugal) Holiday Cocktails

From martinis rimmed with crushed candy canes to a spritzer named for a red-nosed reindeer, get ready to toast the holidays. More

Health Insurance: Going the Way of the 401(k)?

Experts believe that health plans may shift to a defined-contribution model funded entirely by your own contributions. More

Save More on Your Holiday Shopping: Free Shipping Day Is December 18

This online shopping event spares you the sting of rush shipping by guaranteeing delivery—free of charge—by Christmas Eve. More

Will Online Cable TV Become a Reality in 2014?

To compete with low-cost services like Netflix, cable companies are getting ready to offer streaming-only channels next year. More