With the cutest smile, Gill has managed to make each and every one us fall in love with her. Well, by profession, she is an anchor and a senior news editor at ‘The Economic Times’. And the cuteness level of hers is the biggest weapon she possesses. Today, get some answers on how her career got to the right swing and fled her across to the absolute, alongside making her net worth and salary so high.
Tanvir Gill’s Net Worth and Salary
To be real honest, she looks like a 15-year-old kid; but do you guys have any ideas on how long it’s been since she held her job as an anchor. If some of you don’t know, it has likely been around 10 years from the time when she started at CNBC India, back when she was just 18. And now, with that being considered, I think her net worth surely hits 6 figures.
At present, she works for ‘The Economic Times’; and we sure do know that they pay their staffs really good. Furthermore, she is an experienced one which gives her a plus point, getting her even more money, right! Cuz you know, that is how it works, you need to have a hell amount of experience in order to earn more, kinda makes sense, though.
Tanvir Gill’s Education and Career
Tanvir Kaur Gill completed her graduation from ‘Jesus Mary College’ in commerce; and got her MBA degree from the ‘Delhi Univeristy’ in Finance. Before she got involved with her job, Gill has interned in top notch companies.
Prior to her success, Gill worked for CNBC-TV18 from 2006-2009, where she anchored the immensely widespread segment, ‘Saas Bahu Sensex’; and hosted the morning band shows like ‘Mid Cap Radar’, and ‘Your Stocks’.
In 2009, she joined ‘ET Now’; she anchors ‘Market Sense’ and ‘Closing Trades’. Also, she worked with Reuters in New York and London for her global market series; plus she has interviewed some of the top investors and economists there. Ever since she got in with ‘ET’, her life has been full of challenges and excitements. Here is the link her interview.
In 2015, Gill covered Narendra Modi’s historic visit to the United Kingdom, interviewing policy makers like Lord Jim O’Neill, Lord Mayor Of London Allan Yarrow, Priti Patel and more. Moreover, she was the only Indian business Journalist to cover the ‘G 20 Summit’ in Turkey for Times Now and ET Now.