As a Mexican weather girl, Yanet Garcia has taken the world by storm. Since she started as a news anchor, she’s mesmerized audiences and has even been called “the most beautiful weather girl in the world.”
Yanet has worked hard to get where she is and is reportedly worth approximately $3 million.
Susan Li - $3 million
Even before landing her job as a journalist on the Fox Business Network, Susan Li came a long way. She was born in China and grew up in Toronto; Li has been a business news reporter all over the world with CBC, CNBC Asia, and CNBC Europe. Li left CNBC in August 2017, where it's estimated that she was making $650,995 a year.
As an international anchor, she brings a lot to the table; not only is she fluent in the stock market jargon, but she can also speak Mandarin and Cantonese fluently.
Rachel Nichols - $10 million
Rachel Nichols is as much a sports journalist she is a news anchor, Rachel has made a name for herself as one of the best in her field, which is why she has amassed a net worth of $10 million!
The reason for her on-screen popularity is the confidence she instills in her viewers when they watch her; we can just tell that she knows what she's talking about.
Trish Regan - $30 million
TV host and Finance journalist Trish Regan has worked for several of the biggest networks during her career, including CNBC, NBC, and CBS. If that wasn't enough, she also has made multiple guest appearances on several shows, such as Street Smart and the Today Show, and presently, she hosts her show "Trish Regan Primetime" on the Fox Business Network.
She is worth around $30 million and is married to an investment banker, with whom she has three children.
Josina Anderson - $2.2 million
Josina began her sports news career on the radio, and from there, she went on to host for CBS as a news anchor and reporter.
After feeling a lack of progress at her job working at CBS, she left her job and worked as a personal trainer before she was hired by Fox 31. But it was in 2011 that she landed her dream job as a sports reporter for ESPN.