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Kerry Hannon
Works at The New York Times, Forbes, AARP, PBS Next Avenue
Attended Duke University
Lives in Washington, DC
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Author of Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness, What's Next? Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job and Great Jobs for Everyone 50 +, expert on career transition, retirement and personal finance
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My latest book is Love Your Job: The New Rules for Career Happiness (Wiley). I am also the author of the gold-medal award winning What's Next? Finding Your Passion and Your Dream Job in Your Forties, Fifties and Beyond (Berkley Trade)  the Bestselling Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy … And Pays the Bills (Wiley).
I am a New York Times columnist, PBS NextAvenue.org women and money expert and AARP's Jobs and Career expert, 
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Great Jobs for Everyone 50 + is a national bestseller, and What's Next? is an award winner: The Independent Publisher Book Awards
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  • Duke University
  • Shady Side Academy
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author, speaker, columnist, career, retirement and personal finance expert
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speaking, communication, writing
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  • The New York Times, Forbes, AARP, PBS Next Avenue
    Author, Columnist, Expert, Speaker, present
    Self-Employed
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Hiring prospects for older job seekers are better than you may think. Here are four tips to find work.
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These new personal finance books 'How to Think About Money' and 'Heads I Win, Tails I Win' are easy to read and packed with smart advice.
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Consider these four investments and financial products that can hedge against inflation in retirement.
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Kerry Hannon, shares 3 basic steps to help you get 'fit' for retirement.
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My latest New York Times article. Enjoy!
Catharine Bond Hill has taken steps to increase the number of low-income and first-generation students and military veterans during her decade-long presidency at the liberal arts college.
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Check out this great +PBS show I was interviewed on by +Tampa Bay Times columnist Ernest Hopper.
What does it take for Baby Boomers to make their encore career a success?
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Even the best gig can turn into a daily grind. Read on for ways to rev up your motivation and get more out of the job you have.
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How spreading the word can help you get your next job and eight ways to do it
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Planning on taking a break soon or already soaking up some sun, here’s a short list of summer books to make you want to get back to work right now.
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My latest +PBS +Next Avenue  column on the good reasons for women to stay in the workforce past retirement age. And how to make staying on the job a win for everyone.
New research finds many benefits for staying employed, if you can
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So much of my success is due to his stirring words.
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Enjoy this column by +Beverly Jones 
Because energetic, enthusiastic employees get more done, today’s managers are exploring many ways to stimulate employee engagement. Some programs work better than others, but one point seems clear: it’s difficult for bored or unhappy leaders to motivate their teams. So perhaps your first rule for engaging colleagues is to be engaged yourself. Of course, it’s... Read More
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