|occupation||Journalist. author, professor|
|education||Brandeis University Harvard Business School|
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Paul Solman is an American Journalist, who has specialized in economics in the 1970s. Solman is the business and economics correspondent for the PBS NewsHour since 1985. Paul is also an author and professor at Yale University.
Paul Solman was born in 1944 in the United States. He was the son of Joseph Solman; a painter and co-founder of The Ten art movement. In 1966 he did his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Brandeis University. Also, he got the M.A degree from Harvard Business School.
In 1972 after graduating from Brandeis University, Paul Solman initiated his career as the founding editor of The Real Paper of the alternative Boston weekly. Studying at the Harvard Business School, Solman began his career as a Nieman Fellow and served at WGBH-TV as a reporter.
Paul Solman served for Mother Jones magazine in the late 70s. Paul is serving PBS News Hour along with Judy Woodruff and Hari Sreenivasan.
Besides journalism, Paul is active in academic sector as a lecturer and a professor. From 1985-1987, Paul was a professor at Harvard Business School. In 2007 he got to be the faculty member of International Security Studies Program at Yale University.
Pual has co-authored many books which went more-than-average-sellers such as Life and Death on the Corporate Battlefield, Discovering Economics with Paul Solman and Get What’s Yours: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security.
Paul Solman Book
Also including different publications such as Forbes, Journal Economic Education, and Mother Jones Magazine, Paul wrote numerous articles. He is also the founder of the website Making Sense.
Paul Solman is a married man. Paul married to his girlfriend, Jan Freeman. Jan works for the Boston Globe as the language columnist. The couple has led a successful married life. The couple has two children. Paul Solman has not talked much about his personal life and affairs.
Paul is very secretive about his personal life and especially married life. He does not like to talk or share anything about his wife and children. He wants to keep his personal life private.
As a journalist, professor and author Paul's net worth is figured out to be in a million. As his exact net worth is not is not disclosed to the public, but we can assume his net worth to float in a million dollars.
He earns a very handsome amount of salary from the academic field as a lecturer and professor, journalism as well as from the royalties of the books.