The Richest Person At Every Age
September 05, 2018
Have you ever wondered how wealthy the richest person your age is? You aren’t the only one. That’s why Wealth-X compiled a report of the richest people at every age from 21 to 100. The collective net worth of everyone on the list is a mind blowing 1.7 trillion dollars.
You even get to find out how slowly or quickly the people made their money. For some it happened overnight and for others it took their lifetime. Here are some highlights:
- Frances Bean Cobain represents the 26 year-old bracket.
- Warren Buffett owns the 88-year-old position.
- Amazon mogul Jeff Bezos is the man in the 57-year-old slot.
- Larry Page, the CEO of Google parent company Alphabet, is 43 and really rich,
- The Chief Strategy Officer of Airbnb is 35 and his name is Nate Blecharczyk.
- Justin Bieber is worth a cool 300 million and owns his 24-year-old age bracket.
- Kylie Jenner, at 21, represents her age group with 850-million bucks in the bank.
By the way, a lot of these people are considered self made, so there’s still time! For the full list check here.
Source: Business Insider
Most Employees Think They Can Get The Work Done In Under 7 Hours A Day
How would you like to work four days a week? Don’t be surprised if it happens. Research is showing that a shorter work week may be more productive and make more sense than 40 hours.
Workforce Institute did a study and it turns out that 45% those asked say that, if they worked uninterrupted, they could could do their jobs in less than five hours a day. Working interrupted is tricky, but it can be done. Modern distractions would have to be gotten rid of.
There used to be a clean line between life and work, but not anymore and it comes in handy with the possibility of a four day work week. One company tried a shorter work week and the productivity was so high that it’s now a permanent schedule.
The Workforce Institute study revealed some other nuggets of info that may help the cause. 34-percent of workers told the Workforce Institute that’s the schedule they’d pick if their pay didn’t change, compared to 20-percent who said they’d work three days a week, and 28-percent said they’d work the traditional five-day week.
The crazy part is, some would take a pay cut for more time home, 24% of U.S. respondents said they’d take a 20% salary cut to work one day less per week.
Here’s to the future (without a pay cut).
Millennials aren’t the ones who can’t put their phones down while driving!
It’s gotten to the point that most of us couldn’t survive without our cell phones. Some are so attached they risk accidents by using the devices while driving. The stereotype is that Millennials are the ones with no self-control this way, but a Volvo/Harris Poll says otherwise. It’s Generation Xers, ages 35 to 45, who are more likely to use their phones than Millennials and Generation Zers. And get this, while 55-percent of Americans consider distracted driving a top safety threat, one in every three parents are said to admit that they use “their phones often when their kids are with them! And 71-percent admit phoning and driving. We have work to do…
The NFL's Strangest Stadium Foods
Going to an NFL game isn’t just about the game anymore. Stadium concessions have upped their game by delivering some of the best tasting and calorie laden foods on the planet. From dessert nachos to a seven pound burger, or even a steak, anything goes.
Here are some mouth watering examples of the fare that fans can score.
- Arizona Cardinals: Gridiron Challenge Burger. A $75 masterpiece with five one-third pound burger patties, five hot dogs, five bratwursts, eight slices of bacon, eight chicken tenders, 20 slices of American cheese, 12 ounces of fries, and "tanker sauce," all stacked on a 10-inch bun. And the veggies - lettuce, tomato and pickles.
- Houston Texans: Battle Red Tacos. Chicken tenders encrusted with Flamin' Hot Cheetos, topped them with mango salsa and Sriracha mayo, and nestled it all conveniently inside a flour tortilla.
- Kansas City Chiefs: Kingdom Inferno Chicken Sandwich. Chicken tender sandwich topped with a mayo made with the hottest pepper known to man -- the Carolina Reaper. And for some more spice pepper jack cheese, sliced jalapenos and Buffalo sauce.
- Seattle Seahawks: Beef Pho. Vietnamese soup with braised beef, rice noodles, bean sprouts, Thai basil, Fresno chilis and rich pho broth.
- Pittsburgh Steelers: North Shore Huluski. Potato and cheese-filled pierogi pillows, topped with braised cabbage and finished with sliced kielbasa.
- San Francisco 49ers: Dungeness Crab Pretzel. A pretzel baguette with knuckle and claw crab meat tossed with garlic aioli, Dijon mustard and chives.
- Detroit Lions: Dessert Nachos. Fried tortilla chips dusted with cinnamon and sugar, then topped with smoked chocolate cherry Nutella sauce, chocolate covered Michigan cherries, sprinkles, and whipped cream.
Yeah, we’re hungry now too.