Two-time Emmy winner Rebecca Ann Jarvis is an American journalist who is currently the Chief Business, Economics and Technology Correspondent at ABC News. She is also the creator, editor, and host of “Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis” and hosts the podcast “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis.”
Rebecca was the finalist in the Fourth Season of “The Apprentice,” which was produced and hosted by US President Donald Trump.
Rebecca Jarvis Net Worth is estimated to be $500K
According to ECelebFacts, Jarvis has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand as of 2020.
Jarvis’s career did not begin with journalism. Before entering into journalism, she worked in London as a short-term interest trader with Citigroup and later worked as an investment banking analyst in Chicago at the Banc of America Securities. She quit her career in finance and moved into journalism in the early 2000s.
Jarvis’s passion for journalism is truly admirable and inspirational. Before joining CNBC, Jarvis had written for various publications, such as Business 2.0. Jarvis is currently the governor on the Board of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and has rightfully earned this position.
Rebecca Jarvis’ Success as a Journalist
Jarvis joined CNBC as an associate reporter in 2006 and initially covered NASDAQ and NYMEX as a general assignment reporter. In 2009, a CNBC spokesperson confirmed with TVNewser on Rebecca’s exit from CNBC, stating, “Rebecca is no longer with CNBC, and we wish her the best.”
In 2010, Jarvis joined CBS News as a financial reporter and earned her place as a co-anchor of “CBS This Morning Saturday.” At CBS News, she was also the Business and Economics Correspondent. During her show in March 2013, Jarvis revealed that she would be leaving CBS News.
The following month, ABC News confirmed that Jarvis was joining as their Chief Business and Economics Correspondent. While sharing the news of her joining, ABC News’ President, Ben Sherwood, said, “Rebecca is a versatile and aggressive reporter who will contribute immensely across every program and platform.”
Rebecca has been with ABC News since and has hosted and anchored various shows and programs with them. She is currently the host of the podcasts “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis” and “The Dropout.” The latter covers the rise and fall of the now-defunct company, Theranos, and its founder, Elizabeth Holmes.
Rebecca Jarvis’ Views On Janet Yellen and the Economy
During the “Powerhouse Roundtable” on ABC News, Jarvis supported Biden’s selection of Yellen, stating, “She’s brilliant, she’s experienced, and she has very broad support.” Jarvis claimed that Yellen was highly supported by the progressives, Wall Street and Corporate America.
Jarvis also pointed out that small businesses in America are struggling to make their ends meet, and the stock market alone cannot indicate the growth of the economy.
More on Rebecca Jarvis’ Life
Jarvis has been nominated four times for the Emmy Award and has won it twice in 2014 and 2017.
She is married to Matthew Hanson since 2012, with whom she had worked at the Banc of America Securities in Chicago.