George Anders is the bestselling author of five books and a contributing writer at Forbes. Most recently, he is the author of “The Rare Find,” a management/leadership book that spells out a new framework for finding talent, and “Becoming a Rare Find,” a careers book that helps people with jagged resumes win great jobs. His earlier books include “Merchants of Debt,” “Health Against Wealth,” and the New York Times bestseller “Perfect Enough.” In 1997, George shared in the Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. His journalistic career includes many years as a top feature writer for The Wall Street Journal, as well as staff positions with Fast Company magazine and Bloomberg View. His freelance work has appeared in publications ranging from Harvard Business Review to SmartMoney, Parade, BusinessWeek and The (U.K.) Guardian. He is a graduate of Stanford University and lives in northern California.