If it’s an entrepreneurial achievement, family business fortunes or inheritance, there are already a variety of billionaires around the world as opposed to previously. At just 22 years old, the youngest billionaire in life now and the tenth is only 32. And, now you can get an understanding of how these young minds accomplished their goal by working hard for it. Everybody aspires to acquire money, reputation and recognition but at such a young age very few can achieve that success.
Below is the list that reveals the presence of the new world’s young billionaires!
1. Kylie Jenner (22 years)
Net worth: $1 billion
She has starred in E! reality television show, keeping up with the Kardashians, and is the founder and owner of her own cosmetic brand Kylie cosmetics. She even collaborated with Pacsun along with her sister and got their own brand named as “Kendall and Kylie”. Her cosmetic company named Kylie lip kits was a huge success, later she renamed it the Kylie cosmetics the following year. She also released a mobile app that was on #1 on the iTunes App Store. She is one of the most-followed people on Instagram. According to Times Magazine, the Jenner sisters were considered the youngest influencers on social media. According to Forbes, she was the youngest Billionaire as of March 2019.
2. Mark Zuckerberg (35 Years)
Net Worth- $84 billion
Who hasn’t heard of Mark Zuckerberg? Facebook CEO-ranks 5th in the 2020 ranking. At 23 years old he was considered to be the youngest billionaire before Kylie entered and smashed the record. He attended Harvard University, and along with college roommates made the page from his dormitory room itself. He launched Facebook at the college campus and it grew quickly even beyond colleges and by 2012 Facebook had one billion users. As of 2019, Forbes notes, he’s the only person under the age of 50 to come within the top ten wealthiest people list.
3. Evan Spiegel (29 Years)
Net Worth- Around $4.5 billion
A native of Maryland, California, Evan grew up in Pacific Palisades, California. He is the co-founder and CEO of Snap Inc., a US social media service. He was a student at Stanford University and, while studying there, he founded the company which included his fellow friends, Bobby Murphy and Reggie Brown. The popularity of the app grew rapidly and in 2012, Evan left Stanford shortly before completing his degree to concentrate on Snapchat. By the end of 2012, Snapchat was approaching 1 million active daily users. In the year 2015, he was named the youngest billionaire.
4. Elizabeth Holmes (34 Years)
Net Worth- $4.5 billion
5. Ritesh Agarwal (27 Years)
Net Worth – Around $1.1 billion
He was born at Odisha, in Cuttack. Age 13, he began selling Sim cards. In the year 2013, Ritesh dropped out of college and was chosen for the 2013 Peter Thiel Fellowship. He started a budget accommodation platform for booking budget hotels, called Oravel stays. He was one of the Thiel Fellowship program participants and was paid $100,000. In 2013, the business was launched as OYO Rooms. The rest, then, is history. Who doesn’t know about OYO Rooms?
6. Sergey Brin (47 Years)
Net Worth- $27 billion
Once Google went public, Sergey Brin was just one day away from his 31st birthday. He met Larry Page at the time of student orientation at Stanford and on most subjects, they would often disagree with each other, establish understanding gradually and become “intellectual soul mates and good friends.” Google launched itself at Stanford for the first time and now there is no single person who doesn’t know Google.
7. Bobby Murphy (31 Years)
Net Worth- Around $4.3 billion
Murphy was originally born in Berkeley, California. His mother is a Filipino, and Father is American-born, both of whom are California government employees. Bobby Murphy is the co-founder and CTO of Snap Inc, an American Social Media Company. He studied at Stanford University and while studying there, he co-founded the company which included his fellow mates Evan Spiegel and Reggie Brown. He graduated from Stanford in 2010 where he received a Bachelor of Science in mathematical and computational sciences. Murphy was named by “Time” as one of “2014’s 100 Most Influential People He was first listed in 2015 and became Forbes ‘ second-youngest billionaire in the world.