By The Numbers: Great Reasons To Work At Dow Jones

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By Fairygodboss

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Have you been looking for a new job or career at a company that supports women at all levels?

Dow Jones, the parent company of The Wall Street Journal, is a company where women are highly satisfied and see lots of opportunity. Here’s what some women have to say about their experience there:

“Dow Jones is a great place to work, the people and the culture is great. There are lots of opportunities for women to grow in their careers and opportunities are equal, lots of women in executive positions.”

“Paid time off benefit is outstanding which makes for a fantastic work-life balance.”

“Dow Jones is a company where you could spend your entire career with endless opportunity. Dow Jones is a business with an entrepreneurial spirit, dynamic, innovative, and ambitious.”

One woman who has been there for several years wrote this about her positive workplace experience at Dow Jones:

My Career At Dow Jones, by the Numbers:

2-Countries where I've worked
7-Exciting and different roles I've had, across
5-Different, Diverse Business Units
12-Dow Jones Offices I've had the pleasure to visit across the globe
Thousands-Of Amazing People I've worked with

On top of the amazing personal and professional experiences I've had at Dow Jones, I've also been able to play a part in the evolution and growth of an incredible global brand. I've worked with some of the smartest people I know and I'm mentored by accomplished female (and male) executives who help me and my colleagues raise their game, every day.

I am very appreciative of my 9 years (and counting) at Dow Jones.

Apply to join this fostering, diverse and exciting workplace NOW!

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