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What RHOA Really Do - Their Jobs, Careers, and Net Worth

Real Housewives Of Atlanta Are Not Housewives At All

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Cast of the Real Housewives of Atlanta

Cast of the Real Housewives of Atlanta

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You may think the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" (RHOA) are housewives given the name of the show, but they all have other gigs going on that generate income. Aside from being cast members, the RHOA players have business ventures, investments, and careers outside the home.

The following are the "real" professions and net worth of the Atlanta House Wives in order of highest to lowest net worth.

Real Jobs Of RHOA Cast Members

Kandi Burruss

Kandi or Kandi Girl) is an American R&B singer-songwriter, actress, record/TV produce (web show Kandi Koated Nights). This former member of the group Xscape from Atlanta also runs a clothing boutique TAGS, designs intimate products for her Bedroom Kandi line.

Net Worth: $35 Million

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Porsha Williams-Stewart

Founder of Kordell & Porsha Stewart Foundation for Cancer Research, Bravo claims she is also working hard to develop a career in music in 2013.

Net Worth: $16 Million

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NeNe Leakes

Television personality, actress, and former stripper, has a recurring role as Coach Roz on Glee. She has also appeared on Maury, The Celebrity Apprentice, The Amandas, The Game, Let's Stay Together, and The New Normal.

Net Worth: $4.5 Million

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Phaedra Parks

Well-known entertainment attorney and philanthropist. Managing partner of The Parks Group, P.C., a law firm based in Atlanta that mostly targets athletes and entertainers.

Net Worth: $2 Million

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Kenya Moore

Former Miss USA, actress, TV personality, currently TV/flim producer and CEO of Moore Vision Media.

Net Worth:$1.5 Million

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DeShawn Snow

Founded The DeShawn Snow Foundation, a nonprofit to help teen girls develop better self esteem. Snow also has served on the boards of three additional charities.

Net Worth: $1.5 Million

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Kim Zolciak

Professional wig designer by day, wanna be singer by night. Released two singles: "Tardy for the Party" (which reached number three on iTunes) and "Google Me." Bravo is giving Kim her own series.

Net Worth: $500,000 (downgraded in 2013 from $1.5 Million)

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Sheree Whitfield

Was a housewife on seasons one through four. A fashion designer, she launched She By Sheree (clothing line) and made a guest appearance on the TV series The Game, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, The Bonnie Hunt Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and the 2009 Soul Train Awards.

Net Worth: $250K

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Lisa Wu Hartwell

Real estate mogul and entrepreneur who launched Wu Girls jewelry line after the real estate market crashed. She has also created and developed Hart 2 Hart Baby clothes, and has another clothing product line sold by Closet Freak.

Net Worth: $100,000

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Marlo Hampton

Stylist (she once styled NeNe Leakes).

Net Worth: $60,000

Cynthia Bailey

Former beauty queen, now model/actress. Founder of The Bailey Agency School of Fashion In Atlanta, GA. Appeared on Cosby Show, New York Undercover, co-host for BET TV.

Net Worth: $50,000

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