David Faber Salary and Net Worth

By Staff Writer | On: 05 Aug, 2016
David Faber Salary and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth March 10, 1964
Age 56 Years 5 Month(s)
Citizenship American
Profession Journalist
Marital Status Married
Wife/Spouse Jenny Harris (m. 2000)
Divorced Not Yet
Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth $40 Million
Salary $1 Million (Approx.)
Ethnicity Jewish-American
Social Media Twitter
Children/Kids Not Yet
Height 5 Feet 10 Inches (178 cm)
Education Tufts University
Parents Norman L. Faber(Father), Belle B. Faber(Mother)

An American most famous and award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author and also best known for CNBC's financial expert writer and market news analyst, yes he is not a various person, all in one man David H. Faber. 

Growing the career in media, he has not only smashed the fortune but also the vast experience and honors.

How Does David Faber Garner His Net Worth?

David Faber has an eye-catching net worth of 40 million dollars which he garners as being the financial journalist for CNBC. He has the highest media person in any show with 1 million dollars annual salary including incentive and bonuses. Through his works and profession, he got high wages and made his net worth excellent.

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As per Glassdoor, the average salary of the CNBC Program Analyst ranges from $45K - $49K. Therefore, concerning his career, he is very successful in net earnings and fortunes. 

Before joining CNBC, David served in numerous media and newspapers. He worked for the magazine "Institutional Investor" from 1986 to 1993 around seven years’ time. David co-anchored for CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," and also signed a new, four-year contract to stay at the financial news network, said sources familiar with the negotiations in 2001. As per the contract, Faber made the regular appearances on NBC news shows, as well as the “Today” show, as a business news expert.

As reported, Faber was attracted back into the CNBC fold with a substantial salary increase – estimated to be around $1 million a year – and the opportunity to host more non-“Squawk Box” shows. Faber also intended to take over the prime-time spot left vacant by Geraldo Rivera, who went to cover the war in Afganistan for Fox News Channel. He also anchors the monthly program "Business Nation," began in 2007. Even by his work and profession, he won an Emmy and a Loeb award. 

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Faber also anchored several documentaries on a corporation with adding "The Age of Walmart" in 2005. So by this, he awarded from DuPont-Columbia University Award for broadcasting journalism. Currently, he celebrated 25 years at CNBC

Married To The Executive Producer

The young and handsome CNBC's host David is a married man. According to his bio, he got married to Jenny Harris, executive producer of ''Moneyline News Hour'' at CNN in New York, on 16 January 2000.

David Faber with his wife Jenny Harris in 2002 (Photo: NYMag)

But there is no news about the couple's children, and also no any story about their divorce. Both husband and wife established in their profession, so there was not any news and rumors about their divorce. As of now, the couple relishes the married relationship of 18 years.

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Short Bio

Born in Massachusetts, the USA in 1964, David Faber celebrates his birthday on 10th March. The 54 years age media person Faber has taller towering height with 5 feet 10 inches with around 75 kg of weights.

He is of the American Nationality and graduated from the Tufts University with a degree in the subject English. He has well-maintained and strong –built up a body. David maximum cares about his health and fitness, so he still looks like too young.