Today’s infographic describes the world’s wealthiest billionaires under 35 years of age.
To make it onto the list it would appear there are two possible routes:
- to inherit billions from parents that own a big real estate company or retail brand such as H&M [or]…
- to get involved in the early stages of an insanely successful startup such as Facebook, Airbnb, or Theranos.
The latter route has the best outlier on the list, with Mark Zuckerberg’s wealth of $45.3 billion topping the combined amount ($43.1 billion) of the remaining nine names.
Disclosure: The original article, written by Jeff Desjardins (VisualCapitalist.com), was edited ([ ]) and abridged (…) by the editorial team at munKNEE.com (Your Key to Making Money!) to provide a fast and easy read. The original infographic was prepared by: Brighton School of Business
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