ROSS PERLIN is a writer and linguist based in Brooklyn. His first book, Intern Nation:
How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy, was published by Verso
in 2011 and is available in paperback and ebook as of April 2012.
Ross' work has appeared in The New York Times, Time Magazine, The Guardian, and The Washington Post, among other places. He has addressed audiences of students, employers, career counselors, scholars, union members, Occupy Wall Street activists, journalists, and politicians. He has spoken at the Googleplex, the British Parliament, the Economic Policy Institute, and universities including Cornell, Temple, Rutgers, and CUNY. He has been a television and radio guest on networks across the world, including MSNBC, CBS, Fox, the BBC, NPR, and many others.
Ross is a graduate of Andover and Stanford. He earned graduate degrees from Cambridge and the University of London (SOAS) on a Marshall Scholarship.
Ross is available as a guest speaker on internships, youth economics, career issues, precarious labor and related topics. He is also a frequent speaker on endangered languages, Yiddish, and China-related topics.
Why would anyone want to shoot a sea otter? (Guardian)
Wherefore Art Thou Luomiou? (Foreign Policy)
Endangered Speakers (n+1) subscription only
Ross on Dylan Ratigan (MSNBC), May 2012
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The Nation: Who Are Precarious Workers?
Ross on WNYC "The Brian Lehrer Show"
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Last updated: 15 February 2015.