Michael Korsh

Michael Korsh

Intern, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

Korsh is a recent graduate and incoming graduate student at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He majored in journalism with a minor in psychology, and his graduate degree will be in the Medill Investigative Lab specialization of the MS in journalism program. He has previously interned for Injustice Watch, the Medill Investigative Lab and Moment Magazine, and he served as the print managing editor of North by Northwestern student newsmagazine. Korsh became a Kiplinger intern through the American Society of Magazine Editors Internship Program.

 

Think Twice About Applying for Credit
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Think Twice About Applying for Credit

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August 27, 2021
New Perks at Work, for a Price
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Employee Benefits

New Perks at Work, for a Price

The pandemic and an increasingly diverse workforce have led to more benefits options for workers.
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How to Decide If It’s Time for a Career Change
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How to Decide If It’s Time for a Career Change

The pandemic has prompted many workers to consider more fulfilling jobs. These people made it work.
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Workers Want to Stay Home
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Workers Want to Stay Home

Saving money is one reason employees prefer remote work.
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The Most Expensive Natural Disasters in U.S. History
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The Most Expensive Natural Disasters in U.S. History

Wind, water, fire and drought have all wreaked havoc on the United States. What’s been the worst?
July 1, 2021