Julia Jacobs Biography and Wiki
Julia Jacobs Age and Birthday
Details of Jacobs´ age and the exact date of birth are not revealed to the public. Therefore, we are keeping tabs on his birthday details and will be updated soon.
Julia Jacobs Height
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Julia Jacobs Education
Jacobs graduated from Northwestern University, a private research university in Evanston, Illinois, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in both Journalism and Political Science.
Julia Jacobs Family, Parents, and Siblings
Attempts to establish Juliaś parents´ identities were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not clear if she has any siblings. More details regarding her family background will be updated soon when established.
Julia Jacobs Husband, Is She Married?
In regards to her marital entanglements, it is not known whether the famed journalist is married or is in any relationship. It is also not known whether she has any children or not. Nonetheless, we are keeping tabs and we will be updated you soon.
Julia Jacobs Children
Jacobs has not revealed whether she has any children or not. Nonetheless, we are keeping tabs and we will update the information soon.
Julia Jacobs Salary
According to our estimates, Julia receives an average ranging from $31,300 to $92,500. Her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Julia Jacobs Net Worth
Jacobs has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.) as of 2022. This amount is from her career as a journalist among other investments.
Julia Jacobs The New York Times
Julia is a well-known professional broadcast journalist. Currently working as a Culture reporter at The New York Times. She also works as a reporting intern at Boston Globe. Here, she covers national affairs such as Congress and the Trump administration.
Previously, Jacobs worked at Reuters where she reported on general news in the Midwest. Before this, she worked as an editor in chief at The Daily Northwestern. Citing her work, she used to manage, edit, and write for a 2016 Pacemaker-winning newspaper.
Most noteworthy, Julia has worked as a political reporter at Medill News Service. She has also worked as a City Editor where she managed and edited daily Evanston news stories. Moreover, her work included covering weekly City Council meetings and state politics.
Furthermore, Jacobs led a staff of about 15 writers and editors to publish daily breaking news stories about Evanston and Northwestern. In addition, she was the Editor in Chief for The Glenbrook South Oracle. She did her internship at Meet the Press and was a mentor at Medill Media Teens.