Youths are people with more dreams than realities, while most young people are struggling to have a decent meal, some other youths are already Multi Billionaires.
While most of the top rich young guys inherited their wealth, a lot more made their money through innovation, handwork, team work and utilizing opportunities. By now you must have been used to seeing the list of the richest people in the world, but maybe if you see it here once again, you may realize that you too can become super rich in not so long.
These Youths made their Billions while still at their twenties and thirties:
1. Mark Zuckerberg, 33
Worth: $56 billion
How he made his billions: Facebook.
At an age when many people are still drowning in student debt, some millennials already have serious money.
2. Lukas Walton, 31
Worth: $11.3 billion
How he made his billions: After his father, John Walton — son of Walmart founder Sam Walton — died in 2005, Lukas Walton inherited a sizable portion of the estate. Most of this fortune was once thought to belong to his mother, Christy Walton, but recent information reveals Lukas Walton was the beneficiary with the higher share.
3. Dustin Moskovitz, 33
Worth: $10.7 billion
How he made his billions: Moskovitz worked on Facebook in its early stages with Zuckerberg. He went on to co-found Asana, a maker of project-management software for business.
4. Scott Duncan, 34
Worth: $5.7 billion
How he made his billions: Duncan inherited his money from his father, who started energy pipeline company Enterprise Products.
5. Bobby Murphy, 28
Worth: $4 billion
How he made his billions: Murphy is the co-founder and chief technology officer of the social media company Snap Inc., which includes Snapchat. Murphy became a billionaire when Snap had its initial public offering.
6. Evan Spiegel, 27
Worth: $4 billion
How he made his billions: Spiegel is the co-founder and CEO of Snap Inc. He also became a billionaire when Snap had its initial public offering.
7. Nathan Blecharczyk, 34
Worth: $3.8 billion
How he made his billions: Blecharczyk is co-founder and chief strategy officer of Airbnb. He has a 13 percent stake in Airbnb, according to Forbes.
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