Nate Cohn is undoubtedly among one of the most respected and well-received political journalists in the journalism field.
Nate serves his service at ‘The New York Times’ (NYT) as a political correspondent for The Upshot. Besides NYT, he has made his presence on CNN, MSNBC, NPR, C-SPAN, and at recognized colleges and universities to share his political knowledge.
However, the young and active journalist keeps his personal life very private to keep his admirers more aware of his work rather than his own life, including his relationships and family.
Nate Cohn Bio: Age, Family
American journalist Nate Cohn was born on 16th August 1988 in the United States.
While growing up in Auburn, Washington, Nate was raised by his family; however, any details of his parents or any family member are not disclosed to date. This might be because Nate prefers to keep a peaceful family life away from unnecessary attention of people towards his family.
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Keeping in mind that his family details are not disclosed, there are only a few details from his early age which reveals his education and qualification.
Nate, age 31, got interested in politics after he witnessed the election contest between former American George W. Bush and John Kerry in 2004.
Nate Cohn is a political correspondent for The Upshot at The New York Times from December 2013. (Photo: politico.com)
To learn more about politics, Nate, eventually, enrolled himself at Whitman College, a private liberal arts college, in Walla Walla, Washington. Thus, he graduated in politics in the year 2010, gathering knowledge about political scenarios and journalism.
Net Worth From Career
Nate Cohn’s educational qualifications helped him to build a good career for himself as he got opportunities to work at reputed media houses, following his graduation in politics and journalism.
Nate initially started his professional career at ‘The Henry L. Stimson Center’ as a research associate from August 2010 where he researched defense budgets and terrorism in Pakistan.
However, he rose into prominence after he created ‘Electionate,’ a blog site about politics and polling. His posts and views regarding 2012’s United States presidential election were well received by readers and politics enthusiast, which helped him to build a name for himself.
Thereafter, he was appointed by ‘The New Republic’ as a staff writer where he worked from June 2012 to December 2013. Later, Nate joined ‘The New York Times’ (NYT) after proving his service at his former firm in December 2013.
Currently, Nate Cohn is a correspondent for The Upshot at NYT and provides his insights on elections, polling, and demographics.
Being one of the most respected journalists and writers, he has secured decent net worth for himself as he surely receives more than the average salary of a journalist, being $40K in the United States.