Adam Creighton career is booming and the editor always has his wife on his corner. Adam Creighton is a journalist who works for The Australian as their Economics Editor.
Creighton is a finance and economics journalist who leans towards financial regulation, taxation, and economic production.
Adam is a member of the National Archives Advisory Council in their Advisory Council department.
Adam was the Economics Correspondent for The Australian from January 2012 to April 2018. He is also the co-host for the Sky Business Weekend on Sky News. Creighton’s Twitter account has more than 19.6k followers and 5.4k tweets.
Adam Creighton Wife
Adam Creighton and his wife prefer to stay away from the limelight.
Any information about Creighton’s children is private to protect their privacy. Creighton is yet to reveal who is he married to.
Creighton lives with his family in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Adam’s nationality is Australian and his ethnicity is Caucasian.
Adam Creighton Net Worth And Salary
Adam Creighton’s net worth details are still under review.
Adam is paid hundreds of thousands of dollars as salary by The Australian. Creighton began his career as an Analyst in the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority in 2001. Adam was the Senior Analyst at the Reserve Bank of Australia.
Just remember. Adam Creighton gets paid a salary of hundreds of thousands of dollars to write about economics by a business that loses $35 million annually.
— Josh Bornstein (@JoshBBornstein) May 17, 2020
Creighton went to the University of Wollongong and graduated with a degree in 2001. Adam studied BEc at the University of New South Wales. According to his LinkedIn profile, Creighton completed his MPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford in 2008.
What Is Adam Creighton’s Age?
Creighton’s age might be in the mid-40s.
Adam has a Wikipedia page dedicated to him. One can also read about Creighton and his bio on a couple of Wiki-bio pages.
Australian house prices tipped to rise 17% this year https://t.co/fT742494XF
— Adam Creighton (@Adam_Creighton) March 24, 2021
Creighton has received many honors and awards for his contribution to writing. Adam wrote several articles regarding the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Australia.