If you have been following the Duggar family for a while, then you would know that Jeremy Vuolo is Jinger Duggar’s husband. Now, I’m not going to lie it is almost human instinct to find out how much money somebody makes. Well, if you are interested in how much money Jeremy Vuolo makes you are going to be surprised. For example, this man is currently a reality television star and a trained pastor. However, that is not all that is in his career history as he used to play soccer professionally and was able to gain contracts for that. Now, if you want to know Vuolo’s Net Worth, you can continue to read the article below.

What is Jeremy Vuolo’s net worth?

This is the part of the Duggar related article that you clicked for so I won’t disappoint. Jinger Duggar's husband Jeremy Vuolo’s current net worth is estimated to be around $400,000. This number was calculated by “EarnTheNecklace.com, ” and they based the figure on the number of soccer games he played professionally. However, it is important to say that this number may not actually be accurate as "The Hollywood Gossip" said that the largest contract he signed for was $44,000. Although he never even completed the full sporting season, so he didn’t even receive all of that money.

As mentioned above Jeremey is a trained pastor, and he is obviously very happy with his job even if others in the Duggar family aren’t supportive towards it.

You see, Jim Bob who is the father of the nineteen Duggar children doesn’t think that Jeremy is making enough money to support his daughter Jinger. Jim-Bob even further elaborated on his job by saying he should get a second job to bring more money home to Jinger. As you can see Jim Bob isn't the biggest fan of his son in law's job, but that isn't going to stop him from following his dream career.

Controversy surrounding Jeremy Vuolo

If you have been a fan of the Duggar television show “Counting On,” then you would know that Vuolo does not get along well with Jill Duggar’s husband, Derick Dillard. The reason the two do not get along is that Dillard was fundraising for unqualified missionary work. With Vuolo, of course, being a pastor this annoyed him, and he said that doing missionary work without a church does more harm than good, and it was also dangerous for everyone involved. You can keep up with Vuolo and his wife Jinger Duggar on the TLC reality television show “Counting On” which will hopefully be renewed for a new season.