Contributor

Kerry Hannon

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I am a national keynote speaker, author and columnist. My expertise: personal finance, career transition, and retirement. My latest books are Getting The Job You Want After 50, Love Your Job: The New Rules of Career Happiness. Other recent books include: What's Next? Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job in Your Forties, Fifties and Beyond and Great Jobs for Everyone 50 +. I am a columnist for The New York Times. I am AARP's JOB EXPERT. I write a weekly column for boomer women on the PBS web site, NextAvenue.org. My journalistic journey has taken me from Forbes to Money to Kiplinger's Personal Finance to U.S. News and World Report, where I developed the "Second Acts" column back in 2006, and then on to USA Today where I wrote the “Your Money” column. I run my own media company with the following platforms: I write non-fiction career and personal finance books and online columns like this one. I give keynote speeches on changing careers, finding work after 50, working in retirement, ways to learn to love your job and women, money and financial security. I consult on a variety of career topics. I grew up in Fox Chapel, outside of Pittsburgh, Pa. I'm a graduate of Duke University. To learn more about me, go to http://www.kerryhannon.com/. If you have story ideas or tips, e-mail me at kerry@kerryhannon.com. Follow me on Twitter: @KerryHannon