Billionaires like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffet are famous for living a comfortable life, but it is equally important to know that they started their career with the same job as ours.
From Jeff Bezos to Warren Buffet, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the names of Elon Musk? Maybe only things like private jets, mansions, luxury cars roam around? Life after becoming a billionaire is very comfortable, but the way to reach here is full of difficulties.
Some billionaires inherit their empire but many of them started their careers with jobs like yours and ours. Do you know what was Jeff Bezos’s first job? Did you know that Dhirubhai Ambani started out with the job of an attendant at a gas station? We have prepared a list of some billionaires of the world including India and their first jobs for you so that you can understand that there is no age to fulfill your dream…
The first job of Jeff Bezos, who received the title of Forbes Billionaire of 2022, was as a fry cook at McDonald’s. He started his first job in 1980, for which he hardly got a salary of $2 an hour. On this job, he learned the nuances of business and today is the owner of a $ 167.6 billion.
Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway CEO and Chairman Warren Buffet also started his career with a job. Warren used to work as a newspaper delivery boy for America’s famous newspaper The Washington Post. Warren used to earn $175 a month in 1994 from this work. But in 2022, as of today, Warren’s net worth has reached 103.4 dollars.
The founder and CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, remains in the headlines due to his space launch or tweet. But before starting his entrepreneurial journey, Musk used to sell computer games in South Asia. He used to get 500 dollars every month from this job. Later Musk moved to Canada and started working there as a computer engineer. At present his net worth is $263.4 billion.
Dhirubhai Ambani Indian billionaire and the founder of Reliance Industries, Dhirubhai Ambani started his first job as an attendant at a gas station in Yemen. He used to get 300 rupees every month from that job. While working there, he became the manager of that gas station. Later in 1957 he returned to India and started his own business which later became Reliance Industry. At that time, her net worth was around $ 96.5 billion. He also found a place in the Sunday Times list of Asia’s 59 Greatest Businessmen.