Farhad Manjoo Biography
Farhad Manjoo is a conspicuous American journalist working at the New York Times since 2018 as an opinion columnist presently. He worked for Slate magazine from 2008 to September 2013 as a staff writer. When he left to join The Wall Street Journal prior.
Farhad Manjoo Age
Manjoo was born in South Africa on August 19, 1979. He is 42 years old as of 2021.
Farhad Manjoo Height
Manjoo stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Farhad Manjoo Education
In 2000, Manjoo graduated from Cornell University. He served at the Cornell Daily Sun student newspaper as both a writer and editor-in-chief being an undergraduate.
Farhad Manjoo Family
Manjoo was born in South Africa to a family with ancestral roots in India. His family moved from South Africa when Farhad was eight years old and went to Southern California. Manjoo parents were Omar F.Manjoo and Fareda Manjoo.
Farhad Manjoo Wife
Manjoo is a happly hitched journalist to Helen Louise Bailey. The couple exchanged vows on a Saturday by Imam Junaid M. Kharsany at 1 Fort Mason, an event space in San Francisco.
Farhad Manjoo Salary
Manjoo annually receives a salary of $81,121, in accordance with the New York Times columnist’s salaries.
Farhad Manjoo Net Worth
Manjoo earns an estimated net worth is $1 million US dollars.
Farhad Manjoo Career
Before taking a staff position at Salon.com Manjoo wrote for Wired News. He accepted a job at Slate magazine writing a twice-weekly technology column in July. Manjoo then worked in September 2013 at The Wall Street Journal as a technology columnist.
Their final column for Slate, urging men to put on makeup, was printed out on September 20. In 2014, He then worked for The New York Times. In January 2014, Manjoo started working, in The New York Times and filled in David Pogue as the technology columnist.
In 2018, He became an opinion columnist at the paper. Also, Manjoo worked at National Public Radio since 2009, he has also been a contributor. He worked for Wired News as a writer before taking a staff position at Salon.com.
Manjoo has also written about controversies in journalism, new media, politics, as well as technology. He graduated from Cornell University in 2000. Being an undergraduate, Manjoo served at the Cornell Daily Sun student newspaper as both a writer and editor-in-chief.