Learn all the net worth and earning details of the Bachelor of the 25th season of 'The Bachelor,' Matt James.
This season's finale of 'The Bachelor' took everyone by surprise. Matt James ultimately chose Rachael Kirkconnell as his love, but during the 'After the Rose' ceremony held by Emmanuel Acho, he revealed that he had broken up with her. It comes following the recent controversy surrounding Kirkconnel after some pictures of her at an antebellum plantation-themed fraternity formal from 2018 surfaced.
Moving away from the latest drama on the television series, we find that many people are interested more and more in Matt's professional life. Below, we take a look at the details of his net worth and earnings in an attempt to know her better.
According to Style Caster, Matt James is worth an estimated $250,000 in net worth as of March 2021. Lately, he's made money from his involvement in 'The Bachelor.' Other than that, he works with CBRE Group and ABC Food Tours, from which he makes a decent living.
Matt James is worth an estimated $250,000 in net worth as of March 2021.
Source: The Cut
Matt founded ABC Food Tours with his best friend, Tyler C. It is a non-profit organization that takes groups of kids from underserved elementary schools to restaurants in their local communities.
He also used to be a professional football player before, but his career only lasted for a brief period of time. He even played in the NFL for a short period of time when he moved to New York City. He tried to play for the Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints after playing wide receiver for his college team, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
Furthermore, Matt James is also a real estate agent technically because he has a real estate license. Before his stint in real estate, he used to work at PNC Bank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Matt James attended Wake Forest University, where he attained his higher-level education. He graduated from the university in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics.
Matt James graduated from the Wake Forest University.
Source: Entertainment Tonight
During his college years, Matt actively participated in varsity football and the student-athlete advisory committee. As a student, he used to work in North Carolina at financial services companies Davenport & Company LLC, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and Verger Capital Management LLC.
After graduation, Matt tried to break into the National Football League and tried out the Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints. But he could not make it there, so he went to work as a corporate and institutional banking analyst for PNC in Pittsburgh. Afterward, he moved to New York City, where he worked as a media planner for Mic.
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