Jack Dorsey Net Worth, Income – The Founder of Twitter

Jack Dorsey net worth and income

Jack Dorsey net worth : $ 4.7 billion

In early 2018, the estimation of Jack Dorsey net worth is around $4.7 billion. This impressive amount of wealth was earned from his career as a web developer. Dorsey is known as one of the founders of Twitter, a social media which has more than 330 million users. Currently, he is active as the CEO of Twitter and Square.

This American web developer was born in Missouri on November 19th, 1976. He has three descents including Italian, Irish, and English. He went to the University of Missouri-Pork before he moved to New York University. Jack studied in Missouri for two years from 1995 to 1997. However, he dropped out of New York University in 1999.

Dorsey is a co-founder of Twitter which was launched in 2006. He became the CEO until 2008. However, in 2015, he made his return as a CEO there. Beside in Twitter, Dorsey is also active as a CEO in Square which was launched in 2010. Once, he said that he spent 8 hours a day for each company, but now he is more active in Square. For his influences, he is honored by some awards such as Innovator of the Year.

How much is Jack Dorsey Net Worth?

Jack Dorsey already accumulated a billion dollar of net worth since 2013. He accumulates his net worth from his job as the CEO of two companies. Twitter and Square are the main sources of his personal income. Besides, in 2013, he was also a part of boards of directors in Walt Disney Company.

Dorsey owns some properties such as a luxury house and cars. He has a house which is valued for $10 million in Sans Francisco. He also has BMW as his car. From 2016 to 2018, Jack Dorsey net worth is increasing. It is predicted that his net worth for the next following years will remain stable or even keep increasing.

 

 

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