- A new study published by the American Sociological Society shows that working women still do most of the housework, care-giving and are more likely than men to quit their jobs. The study showed that if husbands work more than 60 hours a week, their wives are more likely to leave their careers. [ABC News]
- Kelly Cutrone of People's Revolution and The Hills/The City fame, recently admitted that while her assistants might only make around $30,000 a year, she says they can go up to $50,000 a year, $75,000 in tow, and $150,000 in four-five years. Now that's a gig I need! [NY Mag]
- Corporate Responsibility magazine recently announced a black list of the worst companies. On the list: Abercrombie & Fitch, Scripps Networks Interactive, and Weight Watchers. [New York Times]
- Despite concerns of privacy, the Navy has decided that women are finally going to be able to serve in submarines. [Fox News]
And as a side note, I'd like to give a shout out to my bff's from college. Cinco do Mayo holds some awesome memories for us and I miss my ladies (and college) dearly!