While the majority of people only find their first job after graduating, there are many children in the world who have become millionaires since elementary school.
The following talented children work in all fields, from making vlogs to fashion design, starting a company, or writing code. But what they all have in common is that they are all self-made young millionaires who are well-known and admired.
1. Ryan Kaji
A 9-year-old boy from Texas (USA) earned nearly 30 million USD in the past year by filming videos of unboxing and evaluating toys.
Not just a rich kid YouTuber, Ryan is the highest-paid YouTuber in the world in 2020, making adult vloggers take their hats off.
Anastasia Radzinskaya known as baby Nastya is a super young YouTuber. This Russian girl is 7 years old this year and has cerebral palsy. However, this amazing girl has a YouTube channel that has earned about 18 million USD in just 1 year.
Nastya’s videos mainly revolve around the content of reviewing children’s toys and daily life, but are very popular because they are full of positive energy.
3. Alina Morse
All children love candy, but because they love to eat candy. Setting up a sweet factory like little Alina is of course extremely rare.
At the age of 9, adults told Alina that eating candy is not good for her teeth. So she went to YouTube herself to find videos on how to make sugar-free candy and followed suit.
At the age of 13, Alina founded Zolli Candy in her kitchen. Alina’s products are well-received and in 2018 she earned about 6 million USD.
4. Isabella Barrett
Isabella started earning money before going to school by filming Toddlers & Tiaras. Thanks to the fame from this movie, the girl started to build and model her own children’s fashion brand.
Up to now, as a teenage girl, Isabella has owned 5 fashion and jewelry brands of her own and is a US dollar millionaire.
5. Nick D’Aloisio
Nick D’Aloisio is considered an IT genius of the world today. Nick taught himself how to write software at the age of 12.
At the age of 15, he built a free iPhone app called Summly which helps people summarizing news stories and reading news faster and more conveniently. Just two years later, Nick sold his app to Yahoo and made $20 million.