Juan Williams' has a net worth of millions of dollars. How much does he own exactly? Know all here!
Juan Antonio Williams, better known by the public as Juan Williams, is one of Fox News Network's prominent figures. Actively working in the media industry for over forty years now, he is one of America's respected journalists. In his illustrious career, he's served as the writer for daily newspapers like The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Moreover, he has the experience of working as a White House correspondent, an op-ed columnist, and a national correspondent. He is also the author of several books. From working as a writer to hosting a national news talk show to writing books, Juan has done it all.
For someone who is such a big name in the American media, you can imagine that he makes a significant sum of money from his job. Not to mention owing a fortune of net worth. In this article, we bring you all the details regarding the veteran journalist's net worth, salary, assets, and other sources of income. Don't go anywhere!
Juan Williams Net Worth And Salary
Juan Williams is one of the experienced journalists out there. Many media outlets state his net worth to be $2 million from his years of involvement in the journalism industry. But an updated report on his wealth might be well over $2 million.
Juan Williams has been working as at Fox News for over twenty years. Photo Source: The Sheen Center
According to an online report, typically, a US journalist earns around $44,477 in a year. However, someone of Juan's standard makes a much higher paycheck. In 2010, Fox News Chief Executive Roger Ailes gave the veteran analyst a three-year contractworth almost $2 million. More than a decade into that contract, you can be sure that he receives something similar money for his contribution.
The former "Talk of the Nation" host also owns a house in New York, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. There is little doubt whether he live a sumptuous life with his family.
With Juan Williams's years of expertise in the journalism industry, he has several books under his belt. Some of his written books have been bestselling books in New York Times, which is something to brag about.
The Haverford graduate's books are: "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965" ($1.99), "Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary" ($9.99), "Muzzled: The Assault on Honest Debate" ($5.99), "Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead End movements, and Culture of Failure That Are Undermining Black america--and What We Can Do About It" ($11.99), "What the Hell Do You Have To Lose?: Trump's War on Civil Rights" ($3.99), "We the People: Teh Modern-Day Figures Who Have Reshaped and Affirmed the FOunding Fathers' Vision of America" ($6.99), "I;ll Find a Way or Make One: A tribute to historically Black Colleges and Universities" ($7.99). All of his books are available on Amazon.
Juan Williams has been in the media world for a long time. Too long if you look at his CV and see where he's worked for in his entire career. He started his career as a writer for The Washington Post, where he served as a writer for twenty-three years. Furthermore, Williams was also a writer for magazines such as The Atlantic Monthly and Time.
Check out the clip of Juan Williams having a heated discussion with Jesse Watters!
After there, the Panama born man moved to NPR as a daily afternoon talk show shot of Talk of the Nation, where he rose to fame. Upon his termination from NPR, he joined FOX as a full-time journalist in 2010, where he had been a contributor since 1997.