Tariq Panja Biography
Tariq Panja is a popular English journalist and author currently working as a global sports reporter at The New York Times based in London, the United Kingdom since joining back in August 2017. Before joining The New York Times, Tariq served as a sports reporter at Bloomberg LP from April 2008 to July 2017.
Tariq Panja Age
Tariq Panja was born and brought up in the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, Tariq has not shared with the public his personal details including his age or his dates of birth despite being a famous media personality.
Tariq Panja Height
Tariq stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Tariq Panja Family
Tariq was born and brought up by his staunch mother and his stalwart father in the UK. Nevertheless, Tariq has not revealed paramount intelligence regarding his dedicated parents or if he has any siblings.
Tariq Panja Wife
Despite being a renowned public figure, Tariq has been able to conceal his marital status from public attention. Therefore, we can hardly state if Tariq is married, single, dating, or divorced. However, we will update you promptly once seen in the public eye. It’s also not known if Tariq has any children.
Tariq Panja Education
He enrolled at the university and finished his studies graduating with a degree.
Tariq Panja Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $88,456 annually. This is according to The New York Times global sports reporters’ salaries.
Tariq Panja Net Worth
Tariq Panja has managed to stockpile quite a good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Tariq Panja Career
He is currently working as a global sports reporter at The New York Times based in London, the United Kingdom since August 2017. Before joining The New York Times, Tariq served as a sports reporter at Bloomberg LP from April 2008 to July 2017.
Previously, he served as a reporter at The Associated Press from December 2005 to April 2008. Tariq commenced his journalism career in August 2004. During that time, he served as a reporter at Machester Evening News for one year and five months until December 2005.
In addition, he co-authored a book titled Football’s Secret Trade: How the Player Transfer Market was Infiltrated published in 2017 by Bloomberg. Tariq wrote the book alongside Alex Duff.