Joe Nocera is a famous American Award-winning author and journalist currently serving as an opinion columnist for Bloomberg Opinion. Also, he serves for The New York Times as a business columnist.
Also, he serves for NPR’s Weekend Edition as a regular business commentator together with Scott Simon. Before that, he served at Fortune Magazine as editorial director.
Joe Nocera Age
Joe Nocera 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 in ( Approx 1.70m).
Joe Nocera Family
He was born and brought up in Providence, Rhode Island, in the United States by his protective parents. Joe prefers a private life when it comes to his family where he has not disclosed any details concerning his siblings and parents hence their existence and occupations are not known.
Joe Nocera Wife
Before, he was wedded to his beautiful long-time wife called Dawn Schneider who served for the Boies Schiller law as the communications director. Joe and his ex-wife were married for more than 30 years. His depression is the reason why they parted ways. He is nowadays single. The adorable couple was blessed with three loving kids.
Joe Nocera Education
He studied at a local high school and afterward in 1970 joined Boston University where in 1974 he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism.
Joe Nocera Salary
Joe receives an annual salary of $99,785 and this is according to The New York Times business columnists’ salary.
Joe Nocera’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a business columnist at The New York Times is the primary source of his income.
Joe Nocera Career
Joe is nowadays working for The New York Times as a business columnist. Also, he serves for The New York Times Magazine as a staff writer and specializes in business stories. Also, he serves for NPR’s Weekend Edition as a regular business commentator together with Scott Simon.
He also serves at Bloomberg Opinion as a business columnist. He has stated business columns for Esquire, The New York Times, and GQ. Previously, he served for Fortune as an editorial editor. His latest project is the Bloomberg-Wondery podcast called The Shrink Next Door.
Before that, he served at Fortune Magazine as a contributing writer, executive editor, and editor-at-large for ten years. Some of his sensitive feature stories in Fortune Magazine were the Microsoft antitrust trial, The Buzz Factory, Heard on the Street, and Fatal Litigation.
Prior to that, he worked at Newsweek as a contributing editor in the 1980s. Furthermore, He served as an executive editor at New England Monthly. Also, Joe worked as a senior editor at Texas Monthly. From 1978 to 1980, he served as an editor at The Washington Monthly for two years.