Forbes has launched its 30-year list of 30-year-olds in 2019 from the United States and Canada.
The list includes 300 trailblazers in 20 industries with an average age of 26.8 years. Over 55% of them are founders or co-founders, of whom 19% are immigrants from 57 countries, and 38% of them are identified as first generation Americans.
Popular names on the list include Power forward for Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo, 23, Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin, Aged 29, doing extrajudicial moves as the media mogul, musicians Post Malone, 2. 3, Lil Pump, 18, 21 Savage, 26, photographer Tyler Mitchell, 23 who photographed Beyonce for her Vogue September 2018 covers, and actor Storm Reid, 15.
Nigerian / Nigerian descendants on the list include:
Arts and Style: Taofeek Abijako, Aged 20, who started her streetwear brand of luxury men when she was a teenager at the high school in Albany.
Photographer, Kayode Ojo, 28 (Arts and Style), who had solo shows in Paris, Berlin, New York and Dallas.
Consumer Technology: Obi Omile Jr. who foundedCut with his best high school boyfriend Kush Patel. TheCut is a barber technology platform that allows users and barriers to schedule and manage appointments.
Health: Adegoke Olubusi, 25, These Ovia, 25, and Dimeji Sofowora, 26 founders of Helium Health, using 5,000 doctors, with data from 500,000 patients in West Africa.
Finance: Olaoluwa Osuntokun, 25, The Co-Founder / CTO, Lighting Labs, who raised $ 2.5 million to turn a bitcoin into a more viable form of payment, making smaller transactions more cost-effective.
Sport: Emmanuel Acho, Aged 28, a former line player for Browns and Eagles, who serves as the youngest national football analyst for ESPN. In 2017, non-lucrative Christian ministries raised enough money to build a hospital in a rural community in Nigeria.
Alos enumerated is Shadrack Frimpong, who became the first person in his village in Ghana to attend college in the US, earning a walk at the University of Pennsylvania. He founded the Cocoa360 after winning a contest and continued to pioneer the "impact farming" model, using the income from cocoa community farms to fund educational and healthcare services.
Class 2019 raised over $ 1 billion in funding and worked on average 67 hours a week.
77% of the honors consider that they have a career advantage under the age of 30, 89% are optimistic about the US economy for startups, 31% have decided what they wanted to do for a career during the university, 22% 10% have decided yet.
See Forbes full list.