Rachel Feintzeig

Rachel Feintzeig

Columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Rachel Feintzeig is The Wall Street Journal's Work & Life columnist. She helps readers navigate quandaries on the job and at home, often focusing on how to grow your career without sacrificing the rest of your life — or your sanity. Her pieces have included personal takes on pregnancy, pandemic parenting and crafting an identity outside of work.

In 2022, she won a Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing award for a package of stories, including one about people who secretly work two jobs.

A longtime Journal reporter, Rachel previously wrote about management trends and chief executives for the corporate bureau. She joined the company in 2008 to cover bankruptcy in the Washington, D.C., office.

Rachel currently lives in the New York area with her husband and two young children.

Latest Articles

Work & life

Apologies have become more of a reflex than a real expression of contrition and overusing them might be holding you back. Here’s a no-apologies guide to stronger communication.

October 24, 2022

Work & Life

Addressing a crowd is the stuff of nightmares for many. Our years on Zoom only made it worse. These tips will get your presentation skills back on track.

October 17, 2022

Work & Life

Here’s how to safely unload all the stresses and frustrations of this moment, without hurting your career.

August 8, 2022

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