Jonathan Chait Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Los Angeles Times
Jonathan Chait Biography
Jonathan Chait is an American author, editor, and political commentator. He serves at the Los Angeles Times as a New York magazine writer and also writes a periodic column. Before that, Chait served for The American Prospect as an assistant editor and at The New Republic as a senior editor. In addition, Jonathan in the year 2009, was named Ellie National Magazine Award finalist in the Commentary and Columns category.
Jonathan Chait Age
Jonathan was born in the United States of America, in 1972. He is 49 years old.
Jonathan Chait Height
Chait stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.74 m tall.
Jonathan Chait Family
He was born in a city in the United States of America to his supportive parents. Jonathan is a reserved person and likes to keep details concerning his family (parents and/or siblings) away from the spotlight. Although, research regarding his family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as available.
Jonathan Chait Wife
He is happily married to his nice-looking wife Robin Chait. Robin serves since 2018 at consulting firm WestEd on National Charter School Resource Center as a policy advisor. The couple is parents to two children a pretty daughter Joanna Chait and a son whose name is not known.
Jonathan Chait Salary
Jonathan earns an annual salary of $57,600. This is according to Los Angeles Times anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jonathan Chait Net Worth
Chait has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Jonathan Chait Education
He attended Andover High School and received his high school diploma. Jonathan later graduated with his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan. During his stay at the university, Chait served for The Michigan Daily as a columnist.
Jonathan Chait Career
He works at the Los Angeles Times as a New York magazine writer and also a writer of a periodic column. On September 6, 2011, He joined New York Magazine. Before that, Jonathan served for The American Prospect as an assistant editor and also at The New Republic as a senior editor.
In 1995, He joined the New Republic. The station replaced his blog TNR’s group blog in 2010 with The Plank. Moreover, Jonathan 2009 was named Ellie National Magazine Award finalist in the Columns and for three of his 2008 columns in the Commentary category.
Additionally, his writings also appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Reason, and Slate. At the New Republic, Jonathan wrote an article about his presence that the New Deal was a failure on March 16, 2009, to counter conservative arguments on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report. He also wrote a New Republic cover article condemning the tax haven policies in Delaware.