Paul Waldman Biography
Paul Waldman is a prominent liberal and progressive American journalist presently working as a senior writer and op-ed columnist at The American Prospect. Moreover, he also works as a contributor at The Week. Moreover, Paul also works for the Washington Post’s Plum Line blog as a blogger.
Paul Waldman Age
Paul Waldman was born on 27th February 1968, in the United States. He is 54 years old.
Paul Waldman Height
Paul Waldman is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
Paul Waldman Family
Paul Waldman was born on 27th February 1968, to his staunch father and stalwart mother in the United States. Nevertheless, he has not divulged any conspicuous intel in regard to his parents or if he has any siblings.
Paul Waldman Education
Paul graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Political Science from Swarthmore College. Furthermore, he attended the University of Pennsylvania where he attained his Ph.D. Degree in Communication.
Paul Waldman Wife
Despite being a well-known journalist, Paul has managed to keep a low profile regarding his love life. As a result, we can hardly mention if Paul is single, dating, married, or divorced.
Paul Waldman Salary
He bags an approximated salary of $79,036 annually from The Week, another $82,034 annually from The Washington Post, and $79,489 annually from The American Prospect.
Paul Waldman Net Worth
Paul Waldman has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Paul Waldman Career
As of now, Paul serves as a senior writer and op-ed columnist at The American Prospect. Moreover, he also works as a contributor for the weekly news magazine known as The Week. The magazine has editions in the United Kingdom and also in the United States of America.
Furthermore, Paul also serves as a blogger for the Plum Line blog at The Washington Post. Before joining his current position, Paul worked as a senior researcher at the Annenberg Public Policy Center. He also worked for five years at Media Matters for America from 2004 to 2009.