Within the vast pool of talented journalists, Rebecca Jarvis has surely carved a mark. She is the chief business, economics, and technology correspondent has widely seen on ABC News. Even though she serves in an odd combination of economics and technology, she does a pretty great job and the audience takes her statements seriously. Along with her journalism career, she is also running her self-created show Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis and a podcast named No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis.
What is Rebecca Jarvis Net Worth?
According to sources, at the starting of this year, it was reported that her net worth is estimated to be around $500 thousand. Mostly her earnings are generated through her remarkable career working with ABC News and her podcast and show pitch in adding a few more thousand dollars.
Initially, when Rebecca started her career working in foreign exchange she realized her true interest lies in journalism. She has been in the media industry contributing to various roles for more than a decade now.
There no latest updates as of today regarding her net worth and salary but we will keep you updated with the figures.
Requested to donate this holiday season
As the holiday season is approaching, people are looking forward to sales like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This is because the covid pandemic has hit us strong financially and to make ends meet people are either relying on the kindness of others or through sales and discounts. The ABC chief economics correspondent had her say regarding this issue. Rebecca appeared on Good Morning America on Friday to discuss some of the new services customers can expect to see. She also discussed how Americans experiencing financial hardships are trying to stay afloat. In the video, she is seen requesting people to turn to GoFundMe which is one of the crowdfunding platforms that broke American can depend on these holidays.
Following the video, she said
“yes, there is both a great need and a great desire among those who can help those in need with basic payment for things like rent, groceries and that’s why GoFundMe donations have topped $100 million”
Later at the end of the video she requested people to donate for the same.
From CNBC to CBS and finally ABC News!
Rebecca was born September 28, 1981, in Minnesota, united states. From a very young age, she was interested in finances and planned to have a career in it. She went to St. Paul Academy, and from there Jarvis received her High School degree and completed her diploma.
After working in the foreign exchange department she decided to call it quits and started working for CNBC. She worked there for three years and then later in 2010 moved to CBS as an Anchor, Business and Economics Correspondent. Finally, in 2013 she joined hands with ABC News. With such an impressive career and reputed position on the channel, she shares a fulfilling life with her husband and daughter.