Jim Thurber net worth: gold rush
Who is Jim Thurber?
Jim Thurber is a member of the Hoffman Crew. Jim is a hard-working and dependable guy who wears his heart on his sleeve. He's known Todd Hoffman for more than 15 years and has been through thick and thin with him. Thurber leaves a steady job as a sheet metal worker. After six years after he was the first to join the Hoffman crew mining for gold in Alaska.
Jim Thurber has an estimated net worth of $350 thousand. He owns his net worth mostly from gold mining as well as from the television series.
Gold Rush is a reality television series that airs on Discovery. The series follows the lives of ambitious miners as they head north in search of gold. The show tracks gold mining efforts with several new miners, new claims, new machines and new ways to pull out gold dug into the ground. The main characters of this show are Todd Hoffman and his 316 Mining Company ranging from both North and South America. The TV series has altogether eight seasons and 127 episodes aired till date. The show started airing in the United States on December 3, 2010.
In season 1, he was possibly the most std laden un-safe one. Jim was only a single std away from collecting all 7 Varieties and from losing his personal midgets. Season 2 explores the Hoffman crew's new mine at Quartz Creek and Porcupine Creek.
Since the jungle Jim has followed Todd to success in the Klondike, season 6 helped him achieve their highest gold total ever. In season 8, he's hoping for even more gold from the Hoffman's new claims in the hills of eastern Oregon.
Since mining place is located in one of the most dangerous workplaces imaginable which is patrolled by grizzly bears, as the camp safety officer, it was responsible for Jim for making sure that no one gets hurt while working.
Jim has two children. He sends his son Nathan and daughter Breanna to college. His son attended at Oregon State University and he graduated with a degree in Business Information Systems. Her daughter Breanna graduated from Pioneer Pacific with an Associates in Medical Assisting. Jim feels proud and thinks himself blessed to be able to give his kids such opportunities and watch them successful in their future.
During off-seasons, Jim likes to offer help to a veteran's organization called Home with Heroes. The organization gives Veterans the opportunity to hunt and fish.
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