Expertise: Careers | Jobs market | Professional development | Personal finance | Economy | Business | Globalization
Background: Liz Wolgemuth, who joined U.S.News & World Report in January 2008, covers careers and personal finance for the Money & Business section, and writes the Inside Job blog. Wolgemuth has reported on investment strategies, the growing significance of the faith-based finance world, and the ways you can get you into trouble at work. In the Inside Job, she gives career advice on the hottest jobs on the market, acing an interview, and succeeding in the workplace. Wolgemuth also analyzes monthly employment reports, job creation proposals by Congress, and the effects of the financial crisis on job stability.
Before joining U.S. News, she worked as a business reporter at the Northwest Herald in Illinois. Wolgemuth has written features for Entrepreneur.com, and movie reviews for TVGuide.com, and covered her trek through Thailand for the Santa Barbara News-Press. Her writing has appeared in the Chicago Daily Herald and the Times of Northwest Indiana. She received a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 2006 and a bachelor’s in English from Fordham University in 2003.
Media Appearances: Wolgemuth has been interviewed on WTOP Radio (Washington, D.C.), WUSA-TV (Washington, D.C.), KTTV Good Day LA (Los Angeles), and other news outlets.
Blog: The Inside Job, usnews.com/blogs/the-inside-job