Hanah Cho dropped out of pharmacy school to pursue journalism. After covering all sorts of subjects, she now writes about something that everyone can relate to: work.
She has a special interest in writing about young workers, particularly about fellow Gen Y'ers, who some say are revolutionizing the workforce. She's written about everything from new recruiting techniques, including finding candidates on the virtual world of Second Life, to juggling our work and personal lives.
She will soon be tackling another subject: small businesses and enterpreneurs. She grew up in New Jersey (no, she doesn't have Jorsey accent) but lived in several states for interesting jobs, including stints in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota and Los Angeles, before settling in Baltimore.