Megan Woolhouse

Woolhouse is a reporter in the Business section, where she covers the economy. A graduate of Clark University and Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, she previously has worked for the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the Courier-Journal in Louisville, and the Baton Rouge Advocate.

Latest stories

Most victims of human trafficking enter the US legally, study says

By , Globe Staff

They later became indentured servants after their immigration papers were taken away by traffickers and recruiters.

For-profit colleges get harsh grades by former students

By , Globe Staff

Many of those students — veterans, single mothers, teenagers — end up in debt, often without degrees, jobs, or prospects.

Seven things you should know about John Barros

By , Globe Staff

Barros is chief of economic development for the city of Boston.

Opportunities exist to close gap between rich and poor, Yellen says

By , Globe Staff

Speaking in Boston, the Fed chair said “significant opportunities” are available to help bridge the income divide in the US.