Tim Arango Biography
Tim Arango is a Los Angeles-based American journalist. He presently works for The New York Times as a national correspondent. Tim previously served as The New York Times’s Baghdad bureau chief for seven years. He covered the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq, the development of the Islamic State, Prime Minister Maliki’s demise, the restoration of American soldiers, and the offensives against the Islamic State in Falluja and Mosul.
He was also the Istanbul bureau chief for five years, covering Turkey’s transition from a burgeoning Islamic democracy to an authoritarian state. Before moving abroad, he worked as a media correspondent for The Times since 2007.
Tim Arango Age
Tim was born in Vermont, United States. He does, however, maintain his privacy. His precise birth year and date are therefore unknown to the wider public.
Tim Arango Height
Tim stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.70 m tall.
Tim Arango Family
Tim’s parents raised him in Vermont where he was born and raised. Due to this, information about his parents or siblings is known.
Tim Arango Wife
Tim is a young man who enjoys his life and career, but he is secretive about his marital status. Therefore, details on whether he is married, divorced, or single is unavailable.
Tim Arango Education
Tim left his position at the Times in 2009 to cover the daily battle, bloodshed, and tragedies in Baghdad. After a year, he returned to the United States to earn his master’s degree at Brown University. He later worked as a Wall Street reporter for TheStreet.com.
Tim Arango Salary
Tim receives an annual salary of $72,675.
Tim Arango’s Net Worth
Tim’s approximate net worth of $1 million.
Tim Arango Career
Tim is currently located in Los Angeles as a national correspondent for The New York Times. He formerly covered journalism and business for the Times. He appeared in the documentary Page One: Inside the New York Times. He has written for Fortune and The New York Post. He began working for The New York Times in 2007.
He left his position at the Times in 2009 to cover the daily battle, bloodshed, and tragedies in Baghdad. He had very little experience reporting from abroad when he started this new job.
His only previous international experience was a year of reporting for an English daily in Budapest. He returned to the United States after a year to complete his master’s degree. He later worked as a Wall Street reporter for TheStreet.com.
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