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Is the salary and net worth of CNBC's news anchor Joe Kernen fair to his wonderful journalism career

News by Clarence Published on 17 Oct,2016 Updated on 17 Oct,2016

Joseph Richard “Joe” Kernen is a CNBC anchor. Currently, he co-hosts CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’. He is regarded as one of the experienced and veteran news anchors of CNBC. It seems that with his experience and long time working in CNBC, he is able to collect the huge sum of Net Worth. 

 

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Joe Kernen’s Net worth & Salary

Joseph Richard Kernen, a CNBC News anchor, has estimated net worth of around $14 million and earns annual salary of around $22,Million. His professional career has played a huge role to accumulate such a huge amount of Net Worth. It seems like he is happy and satisfied with his earnings. Ok, let’s talk about his Education and career that made a huge impact on his life and made him as one of the eminent journalists.

Joe Kernen’s Education Background & Career

Kernen graduated from St. Xavier High School in 1974. He attended the University of Colorado where he earned a bachelor’s Degree in Science. Later, he also completed his master’s degree in molecular biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and started working there as a cancer researcher.

After the completion of his master’s degree in Molecular biology, Joe earned valuable experience as a stockbroker for a long time. Afterwards, he joined Financial News Network in 1991 merger. He trained at Merill Lynch and later became the President of EF Hutton.

Currently, he is a co-host of CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’, which focuses on a fast paced, irrelevant look at the World of the Wall Street and the longest show. Additionally, he also was a CNBC’s on-Air Stock editor and worked throughout the business day. The talented Journalist is also an author. Some of his well known books are ‘Your Teacher said What?' and 'Defending our Kids from the Liberal Assault on Capitalism’. 

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