Joe Nocera Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Bloomberg Opinion
Joe Nocera Biography
Joe Nocera is an eminent American Award-winning author and journalist. As of now, He works as an opinion columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. Furthermore, Nocera also serves for The New York Times as a business columnist.
Additionally, Joe works for NPR’s Weekend Edition as a regular business commentator alongside Scott Simon. Before joining Bloomberg and The New York Times, Nocera served at Fortune Magazine as editorial director.
Joe Nocera Age
Joe was born in Providence, Rhode Island, United States of America, on May 6, 1952. He is 70 years old.
Joe Nocera Height
Nocera stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches ( Approx 1.70 m).
Joe Nocera Family
He was born in Providence, Rhode Island, in the United States to his stalwart father and mother. However, Joe has not shared any information with the public concerning his parents or whether he has any siblings. Though this part will be updated as soon as he shares the details about his family members.
Joe Nocera Wife
Joe is currently single. He was previously hitched to his long-time wife called Dawn Schneider. He decided to part ways in marriage with his ex-wife of more than three decennaries. Joe’s depression was the reason behind their divorce. Dawn served for the Boies Schiller law as the communications director.
Joe Nocera Education
He studied at a local high school for his high education. Later, Joe attended the University of Boston in 1970 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism in 1974.
Joe Nocera Salary
Joe receives an annual salary of $99,785. This is according to Bloomberg Opinion anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Joe Nocera Net Worth
Nocera has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Joe Nocera Career
At this present time, He serves at Bloomberg Opinion as a business columnist. Joe has noted down business columns for GQ, The New York Times, and Esquire. Nocera is the former editorial editor of Fortune. Additionally, Joe specializes in business stories and is a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine.
Before joining both the Times, Joe spent one decennary serving at Fortune Magazine. While there, he served as an executive editor and contributing writer. Some of his prudent feature stories in Fortune Magazine include Fatal Litigation, The Buzz Factory, Heard on the Street, and the Microsoft antitrust trial.
Previously, in the 1980s, Joe served at Newsweek as a contributing editor. Also, Nocera worked as an executive editor for New England Monthly. Furthermore, He served as a senior editor at Texas Monthly. Moreover, Joe served for two consecutive years from 1978 to 1980 at The Washington Monthly as an editor.
Some of his books include A Piece of the Action; How the Middle Class Joined the Money Class ( October 15, 2013), Indentured ( February 16, 2016), All the DAres Area Here; The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis, The Smartest Guys in the Room; The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron, Good Guys and Bad Guys ( March 29, 2008), Report from Nuremberg; The International War Crimes Trial, Boom, and Bust; A Global History of Financial Bubbles ( August 6, 2020).