Money has put together a list of the richest people at every age from people born in 1917 to 1996 — and it's pretty enlightening, if a little depressing.
Looking through the list, it seems if you're trying to achieve billionaire status you basically need to be born into royalty or inherit a parent's company. That, or become a tech billionaire. Founders of Stripe, Airbnb, Uber and multiple Facebook alum all grace the list.
Fashion is also fairly represented with the founders of Zara, Nike and chairman of LVMH making an appearance, but the with the founders of massive streetwear brands like Supreme, Vans and BAPE off the list, it doesn't seem like your DIY label will be getting you this level of bank.
Surprisingly, the list is almost free of music and culture celebrities with just two featured. Despite only being worth $200 million, Justin Bieber makes the list as an "honorable mention" as no other billionaires were born in 1994. Francis Bean Cobain, who was born in 1992, is also an honorable mention for the same reason and is worth $100 million, according to Money.
See the youngest billionaires below and see the full list over at Money.
1990: Evan Spiegel, worth $4 billion 1991: Hugh Grosvenor, worth $12.9 billion 1992: Frances Bean Cobain, worth $0.1 billion 1993: Gustav Magnar Witzoe, worth $1.1 billion 1994: Justin Bieber, worth $0.2 billion 1995: Katharina Andresen, worth $1.2 billion 1996: Alexandra Andresen, worth $1.2 billion
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