Erin Burnett
Erin Burnett

Erin Burnett is an American news anchor who currently works for CNN.  She debuts her professional career working for Goldman Sachs in the mergers and acquisitions division.

CNN subsequently offered Erin a position to serve as a writer and casting guest analyst for the show “Moneyline.”

Before joining CNN, she has worked for Bloomberg, CNBC, and NBC. Between 2008 and 2010, she was an advisor to Donald Trump.

How much is Erin Burnett Paid at CNN?

Erin Burnett is one of the highest-paid news anchors at CNN. She is paid an annual $6 million at CNN which translates to a monthly salary of $500,000.

Erin Burnett in the Media Space

Erin Burnett has hosted Erin Burnett OutFront live from Mali, Afghanistan, Rwanda, United Arab Emirates, and Israel borders. She has also reported for the show from China and Pakistan.

While at NBC, Joe Scarborough nicknamed Burnett “the International Superstar” for her work on several documentaries shot abroad of the United States. Her films and reports were shot in Libya, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, and India.

She has spent much of her career reporting in the Middle East, filing stories from Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Turkey, and Yemen, in addition to Pakistan.


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