Eamon Javers Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, CNBC
October 25, 2021
Eamon Javers Bio
Eamon Javers is a journalist working in the nation’s capital based at CNBC’s bureau as a Washington reporter for CNBC. In 2010, Eamon joined CNBC. Before joining CNBC, He was earlier working as a White House reporter for Politico.
Eamon Javers Age
Eamon was born in the United States in March 1974. He is 46 years old as of 2021.
Eamon Javers Height
He is 5 feet 9/ 1.8 m tall.
Eamon Javers Education
He attended Chestnut Hill Academy. Javers earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1994 from Chestnut University.
Eamon Javers Family
Javers was born and raised by his caring parents Eamon Andrew Javers and Ron Javers in the United States. Though he likes to keep his personal life private regarding his family and sibling, however, this information is under review and will be updated soon as possible.
Eamon Javers Wife
He is married to his pretty wife Maureen Ann Mathews. She is a university alumna of Creighton. Ann worked in McLean as a pricing analyst for Freddie Mac. On March 1, 2003, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Washington DC the duo tied the knot. They are happy and blessed with four children namely: Baby Norah Javers, Declan Javers, Hugh Javers, and Evelyn Javers
Eamon Javers Salary
Javers annually earn a salary of $ 24,292 and $ 72,507. This is according to CNBC anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Eamon Javers Net Worth
He has an annual estimated net worth of $500 thousand and $1 million U.S dollars.
Eamon Javers Career
He is working in the nation’s capital based at CNBC’s bureau as a Washington reporter. In 2010, He joined the CNBC Network. Before joining CNBC, Eamon was earlier working as a White House reporter for Politico. Javers covered Washington and the intersection of Wall Street.
Eamon has been on CNBC.com and also on Business Day programming. Prior to joining Politico, He was earlier serving for Week magazine Business. Eamon is generally known for the Jack Abramoff scandal and has written about Washington lobbying.
Prior to joining BusinessWeek magazine, in 2003, He was hired as an on-air correspondent by CNBC after his graduation. Eamon covered the business and politics intersection. He has appeared in other broadcast networks like business and politics and PBS News Hour with Jim Lehrer, the BBC.