Robert Costa completed his primary education from the Pennsbury High School before graduating from the University of Notre in bachelors degree of American studies. At Pennsbury, a Sports Illustrator Michael Bamberger profiled her in his book, Wonderland: A Year in the life of an American High School.
Afterward, Robert joined the University of Cambridge and completed his education of masters degree in politics. Similarly, during that period, he did an internship at ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos and in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom. He also worked as a host of his own production of an interview program for ND-TV, Office Hours.
Robert began his professional career joining at English Daily Newspaper, The Wall Street Journal. Later with his immense talent and skill, he was hired as a reporter by the conservative magazine, National Review.
During his journalism career, Costa worked for different agencies and involved in magazines like The New Republic and New York; new work called him the most influential reporter and the golden boy of the government shutdown. Currently, Robert has become the moderator of the long-running Washington Week, and before that, he also served as a guest host for PBS's Charlie Rose.
Robert Costa is now 31 years of age, he is a person who keeps his profile secretly avoiding the limelight. Information regarding his affairs and girlfriends are not disclosed to media yet. He seems focused on his career and may be avoiding to make relationships.
Robert earns a decent amount of money from his journalism career. Although the exact figure of his net worth and salary are not available and under review; however looking his success and talents he might be earning money in thousands of dollars.