Steven Greenhouse

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Steven Greenhouse is an American journalist and labor and workplace correspondent for The New York Times.[1] On December 2, 2014, he announced on Twitter: "Thanks All. With great ambivalence, I'm taking NYT buyout. I plan to write a book & still write lots of articles on labor & other matters".[2] However, as of February 2015, he was actively working there as a columnist.

He graduated from Wesleyan University, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and the New York University School of Law. He lives in New York City.[3]


  • 2010 Society of Professional Journalists Deadline Club Award: Beat reporting for newspapers and wire services, for "World of Hurt" with N.R. Kleinfield
  • 2010 New York Press Club Award: Outstanding enterprise or investigative reporting, for "World of Hurt" with N.R. Kleinfield
  • 2009 The Hillman Prize for The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker


  • "Janesville, Wisconsin", Granta, January 2010
  • "The End of Summer Vacation", Slate, June 11, 2008
  • "The Unpaid Intern, Legal or Not", The New York Times, April 2, 2010
  • The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker, Random House, Inc., 2009, ISBN 978-1-4000-9652-7
  • The rights of teachers: the basic ACLU guide to a teacher's constitutional rights, Bantam Books, 1984, ISBN 978-0-553-23655-2
  • "Refusal to Fire Unattractive Saleswoman led to Dismissal, Suit Contends", Race, class, and gender in the United States: an integrated study, Macmillan, 2006, ISBN 978-0-7167-6148-8
  • "Child Care the Perk of Tomorrow", A nation at work: the Heldrich guide to the American workforce, Editors Herbert A. Schaffner, Carl E. Van Horn, Rutgers University Press, 2003, ISBN 978-0-8135-3189-2


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