Jane Wells is a well-known American veteran journalist currently serving for CNBC located in Los Angeles as a special correspondent since 1996. Prior to that, she served as a correspondent for Fox News Channel.
Jane Wells Age
Jane Wells was born in Los Angeles County, California, in the United States on March 31, 1961, she is 61 years of age.
Jane Wells Height
Wells stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in ( approx. 1.68m ).
Jane Wells Family
Jane was born in Los Angeles, CA, in the U.S. but raised in California but sometimes she visited her grandmother and her grandfather in Arkansas. She has not revealed much information concerning her parents and siblings hence their whereabouts are not known.
Jane Wells Husband
Jane is happily and contentedly married to her handsome husband whom she has not revealed his name to the public. The lovely duo exchanged their vows in March 1988. The adorable couple is blessed with two kids who are all grown-ups a son, and a daughter. They are as well grandparents of their granddaughter and grandson named John.
Jane Wells Education
She joined the University of Southern California where she earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and philosophy.
Jane Wells Salary
Jane receives an annual average salary of $112, 200 and this is according to CNBC special correspondents’ salary.
Jane Wells’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million and her career as a special correspondent at CNBC is the primary source of her income.
Jane Wells Career
Jane is currently serving for CNBC located in Los Angeles as a special correspondent since 1996. Prior to that, she served as a correspondent for Fox News Channel. While still there she was as well serving in New York as a Los Angeles reporter for WNBC. Jane has as well served as a senior correspondent on CNBC for Upfront Tonight throughout her tenure at CNBC.
During her career in journalism, she has also served in Miami in Los Angeles as a reporter for WTVJ, KTTV, and KOB located in Albuquerque. In addition, she has as well served for CNN’s international reports as a contributor.
During the finale of Seinfeld, a television series that had a total of 180 episodes that aired on NBC between July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, which aired in nine seasons she was featured as a reporter to acquire residual checks.