Scott Disick Net Worth: What Is His Job?

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Scott Disick’s business dealings have somewhat been a mystery on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, so what exactly is Disick’s net worth and what is his job? Scott Disick’s individual net worth was $12 million back in 2010. Since that time, Disick has continued his role with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians series, plus their spin-offs. He has also had numerous paid appearances at night clubs and has inherited his parents’ wealth as they’ve passed away. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Disick’s parents’ net worth was an estimated $25 million. In 2010, Disick told Life & Style:

You need to understand. I may be a douche to some people, but I actually do run companies. I make a lot of money, and I’m more than capable of supporting myself.

Over the years, Disick has worked for GNC, managing businesses that create products for QuickTrim, Rejuvacare, and Monte Carlo Perpetual Tan, in addition to other brands. He has also launched New York restaurant RYU, which is in the Meatpacking District. As far as what else Disick does for a living, in 2013, he told Haute Living Magazine:

Most of my work is done on the phone or from a home office due to the fact I deal with a lot of people in other cities, though most are in New York. I’m sure a lot of people have no idea what it is that I do. The truth is I work in various industries. I have done a lot of private label manufacturing in the nutrition biz and have raised money for startup companies. I tend to invest money into nightlife businesses the friends of mine that are involved in nightclubs and what not.

Disick also has a web series called “Lifestyles of a Lord” and commands an appearance fee of $100,000 to $250,000 per event, according to Amore Magazine.