|Full Name||Eamon Javers|
|Father Name||Ron Javers|
|Mother Name||Eileen Javers|
|Spouse||Maureen Ann Mathews|
|Awards||Award of Distinction in investigative journalism|
|Date of Birth||1974|
|Married Date||March 1,2003|
American news reporter Eamon Javers is also an author who currently appears on CNBC's bureau in the nation's capital. He also reports news on business day programming by CNBC.
Eamon was born in 1974, in the United States of America, where another CNBC journalist Scott Mcgrew was born. Born to his American parents, Ron Javers and Eileen Javers, he is of White ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Multi-talented author, Havers is a married man. Javers exchanged wedding vows with Maureen Ann Mathews on 1st March 2003. The wedding ceremony was held privately at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, located in Washington.
Regarding, Mathews, she completed her studies via Creighton University and worked as a pricing analyst for Freddie Mac.
Eamon and his spouse further shares two children. He is very protective of his kids, so he has kept them far from the limelight. Besides, the couple currently resides at Silver Spring, Maryland.
Eamon Javers earns decent money from his career as a news reporter and correspondent for CNBC. He is in this company for almost a decade and managed to sum up a massive amount of fortune.
Eamon's total net worth is around $1.5 million to $2 million, as of 2019, which is less than another CNBC news reporter Julie Roginsky with a total wealth of $23 million. As per some sources, the average salary of a news reporter for CNBC ranges from $611 thousand to $683 thousand.
Eamon moreover earns bucks from his books. One of his famous books titled Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World of Corporate Espionage, costs $8.99 (Kindle) and $2.70 (hardcover).
During his early days, Javers had a keen interest in political matters. Eamon received his Bachelor's degree in political science from Colgate University.
Years after graduation, he went to start his career at CNBC in 2003. He served as a correspondent for a year and moved to BusinessWeek. He worked on the network as a correspondent from 2005 to 2008.
From 2008 to 2010, Javers began working as a reporter at Politico. Since 2010, the reporter is serving for CNBC as a Washington correspondent. He also appears on CNBC's Business Day programming.
Due to his dedication and hardwork, Javers' name was listed as the finalist in the Gerald Loeb Awards. He also won an Award of Distinction in investigative journalism from the Medill School of Journalism.
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