Christopher Mims Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth WSJ

Christopher Mims
Christopher Mims

Christopher Mims Biography

Christopher Mims works at the Wall Street Journal since May 2014 as a technology columnist. Previously, he worked at Quartz as a Technology Journalist and Editor. Mims also is the writer of Arriving Today which was printed out on September 14, 2021. Before, he worked as a Freelance Journalist and Editor for 10 years from 2002 to 2012.

Christopher Mims Age

Mims has not disclosed details on his exact day, month, and year of birth to the limelight.

Christopher Mims Height

Mims stands at a moderate height of  5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.

Christopher Mims Family

Mims is so secretive when it comes to personal life, Hence he has not shared any details concerning his parent and siblings.

Christopher Mims Wife

Mims got engaged to Taylor Lorenz in January 2015, she works in Los Angeles at The New York Times as a technology reporter. Previously, Taylor Lorenz worked as a technology and culture writer at The Atlantic.

Christopher Mims Education

Mims earned a bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology in 2000 from Emory University.

Christopher Mims Salary

Mims receives an annual salary is $57,350,  according to the Wall Street Journal columnist’s salaries.

Christopher Mims Net Worth

Mims has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Christopher Mims Career

Mims works at the Wall Street Journal since May 2014 as a technology columnist. Prior, he worked at Quartz as a Technology Journalist and Editor. Mims also is the writer of Arriving Today which was printed out on September 14, 2021. Before, he worked as a Freelance Journalist and Editor for 10 years from 2002 to 2012.

Mims also worked at Technology Review and Smithsonian.com. as a Contributing editor and also at Grist as an editor. His career commenced off for less than one year, at Japan Exchange and Teaching Program as an English Teacher. Mims then got a job for two years as a Laboratory Technician at Georgia State University. Then he decided of focusing on journalism in 2007, he joined Scientific American as an editor for one year.

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