What Is Marty Walsh’s Net Worth?

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Susan Walsh/AP/Shutterstock (11700432af)President-elect Joe Biden's nominee for Secretary of Labor, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh speaks during an event at The Queen theater in Wilmington, DelBiden, Wilmington, United States - 08 Jan 2021.
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Secretary of Labor nominee Marty Walsh is well-known as Boston’s mayor since 2014, but many people may not know he boasts a net worth of $500,000. In 2018, Walsh earned $199,999 as Boston’s mayor, the first salary increase for the position since 2006.

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Marty Walsh Net Worth: $500,000

Born and raised by Irish American parents in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Walsh attended Boston College to earn a political science degree and later served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Walsh attended confirmation hearings in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, Feb. 4. He still awaits Senate confirmation.

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