Reed Paul Jobs Bio and Net Worth

Born in California on September 22nd 1991, Reed Paul Jobs is the only son of Apple founder Steve Jobs. Reed works as a Health Director in Cancer Research.

Reed is an extremely private person who guards his personal life very carefully. As a result he does not have a public social media presence, with no known Instagram, or Twitter account, though he does have a profile on LinkedIn.

Reed Paul Jobs Net Worth and Bio

Reed attended Stanford University, completing a Bachelor of Arts in 2014 and a Master of Arts in 2015. He had the stated intent of becoming an oncologist, perhaps inspired by his father’s fight with cancer. Interestingly, the idea for his name came from his father, as he had attended Reed College in Oregon for a semester.

Steve and Reed Jobs

At the time of his father’s death in 2011, Steve Jobs’ estimated net worth $10.2 billion. The money was left to his wife, Laurene Powell Jobs, who stated that it would not be passed on to the children as she wanted them to carve out their own lives. As of 2020, it is estimated that Laurene has a net worth of $18.8 billion.
Laurene is a businesswoman and investor, as well as the executive and founder of the Emerson Collective Foundation. She is involved in philanthropic activities, mainly concerning education, immigration reform, social justice, and environmental conservation. What does Reed Paul Jobs do for work? He has worked at the Emerson Collective Foundation as the Health Director since 2015.

The Jobs Family

Reed Paul Jobs’ Family

Reed is the brother of Equestrian champion Eve Jobs (born in 1998), Erin Siena Jobs (born in 1995) and Lisa Brennan Jobs (born in 1978 to Chrisann Brennan, Steve’s former lover). Lisa is a journalist and magazine writer, known for her New York Times Best Seller “Small Fry” .

Reed and his family currently live in their $35 million Palo Alto Ranch. Covering 5,768-square-feet, the house is built on a half-acre with seven bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.

Emerson Foundation Interview

In 2018 the Emerson Foundation released an interview with Reed Paul Jobs, entitled “5 Questions with Reed Jobs“.
The interview covered questions relating to the differences in acquiring funding research for Cancer research as opposed to other types of organizational funding. Reed states that its a combination of philanthropy and investment. He goes on to define the success of the research as “diminishing the mortality of cancer.”
Touching on privacy questions, he concludes that peoples medical records, health information and medical data should be in their own control. Current systems are set up for ease of billing whereby he sees a future where “patients can move their records wherever they want and have control over them instantaneously.” This would not necessarily be in an open source or cloud network.
Looking forward, he sees the next 10 years as potentially a golden age for cancer research, with many developments on the horizon.

Read more about the life of Steve Jobs in the Walter Isaacson book, ‘Steve Jobs

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