Ylan Mui is one of the prominent reporters who has covered several international stories like Hurricane Katrina, BP oil spill, and the Greek financial crisis. She had inaugurated her career as receptionist and obituary writer at The Times-Picayune in her native hometown New Orleans.
In a major American daily newspaper, The Washington Post, she had served for 15 years and covered the Federal Reserve and the economy as a financial reporter. Currently, the 37-year-old reporter works at CNBC as a Whitehouse correspondent.
Two Kids With Husband!
The CNBC Whitehouse correspondent, Ylan Mui tied the knot with her husband Adam McClintock in August 2008. The couple exults their two kids.
The New Orleans native flaunted her baby bump in March 2012 and declared that she was expecting her second and youngest baby girl in July 2012. On 20 July 2012, she welcomed a daughter named Eleanor Tam McClintock, who weighed 6 lbs and 12 ounces during her birth.
The Asian-American reporter and her husband of ten years, McClintock forced themselves to go on a date night for almost four times a year. But the happily married couple often found themselves hanging out with kids, and during the Valentine's of 2015, they savored their trip to Disney on Ice.
Ylan Mui with her husband, McClintock and their two kids in December 2017 (Photo: Facebook)
While she was The Washington Post White House Economic Policy writer in November 2016, Ylan resided in Fairfax County, Virginia with her husband, two kids and their family of pets consisting of a giant dog and two cats. Ylan and her family now reside in Washington, D.C.
How Much Is Ylan Mui Salary And Net Worth?
37-year-old Ylan Mui garners the net worth from her career as a political & financial reporter. As per Paysa.com, CNBC reporter earns an average salary of $61,255, and their annual income varies between the amount of $50,850 to more than $80,532. Ylan, who is working on CNBC since October 2013, is collecting some handsome amount of payrolls.
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She first joined CNBC as a contributor and became a Whitehouse correspondent in February 2017. The New Orleans native focuses on economic and policy as a reporter of CNBC. According to her CNBC profile, in the network's bureau based in Washington, D.C, Ylan covered consumer finance, Federal Reserve and the macroeconomy, subprime lending, and more.
Before joining CNBC, she worked with The Washington Post for 15 years as an education writer, consumer, and financial reporter, and White House economic policy reporter. From September 2008 to May 2010, the Loyola University graduate served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Ylan Mui was born 24 December 1980. Her family background hails from Vietnam where they survived in an unaltered condition due to five years of the Vietnamese war. The political and financial reporter stands at the decent height and holds American nationality. Ylan carries Asian-American ethnicity.
The CNBC reporter completed her high school education from St. Mary's Dominican High School at the age of 18. She graduated with a BS degree in major in communications and biology and philosophy from Loyola University in New Orleans in 2002. As per wiki, Ylan is also a graduate of AAJA's Executive Leadership Program.