Jobs That Could Make You a Billionaire

Patrick Soon-Shiong
Patrick Soon-Shiong

many of us ask yourself how do I become a billionaire?’ Though there is no set path to becoming a real-life Charles Foster Kane or Bill Gates, there are some professions that could potentially help you to build a fortune in the 10-figure (or more) range – as evidenced by some of the world’s richest people.

Here are 10 jobs that could make you a billionaire:

 

10. Accountant

Professional Accountant
Professional Accountant

Accountants perform financial calculations for companies in a wide variety of fields. Some common duties include creating sales and cash flow reports, administering payroll, keeping balance sheets, carrying out billing activities, managing budgets and keeping inventory. The accountant may also be responsible for filing taxes for the company, as well as reviewing past reports to generate income forecasts.

 

9. Hedge Fund Manager

Kenneth C. Griffin
Kenneth C. Griffin Hedge Fund Manager

Hedge funds are a special type of pooled investment fund. They are funds that generally avoid a great deal of government regulation by being only available to certain licensed or established investors or investment companies. They are not generally offered to the public at large. A hedge fund manager is a person who is responsible for the investment strategies of the fund. He or she decides which investments to pursue and how actively to pursue them.

 

8. Inventor

Inventor Steve Jobs
Inventor Steve Jobs

An inventor is a person who creates or discovers a new method, form, device or other useful means that becomes known as an invention. an example would be Steve Jobs, Bill Gates they both created a product that changed the technology world.

 

7. Surgeon

Patrick Soon-Shiong
Patrick Soon-Shiong

A general surgeon is a physician that specializes in performing medical surgeries. A general surgeon often does not have a specialty as to the type of surgery they perform; this is in contrast to specialists such as neurosurgeons or orthopedic surgeons, who perform a limited range of surgeries but typically have a much deeper knowledge of their particular area of specialty. Most surgeons begin their careers as a general surgeon before specializing further.

 

6.Real Estate Developers

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

Real estate developers oversee the purchase existing or undeveloped residential, commercial or industrial real estate, make improvements to any buildings on it or construct new buildings, and sell or lease the improved land or buildings for profit.

 

5. Lawyer

Joe Jamail
Lawyer Joe Jamail

Attorneys apply the law to specific situations and advise their clients on a course of action based on legal rights and responsibilities. Some attorneys work in the business world, providing counsel to corporate clients on business transactions. Other attorneys work with persons in the legal system, advocating on their behalf and representing them in court actions.

 

4. Entrepreneur

Bill Gates
Bill Gates

Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business. The people who create these businesses are called entrepreneurs.

 

3. Athlete

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo

An athlete is a person who competes in one or more sports that involve physical strength, speed or endurance. The application of the term to those who participate in other activities, such as horse riding or driving, is somewhat controversial. Athletes may be professionals or amateurs.

 

2. Author

J K Rowling
J.K Rowling

Writers/authors work generally work independently, for publishing companies, or for organizations such as corporations, government agencies, social media, and colleges and universities. Their tasks generally involve writing, proofreading, and reviewing/editing their work or others’ work.

Writers or authors who work for news organizations must verify news sources, conduct interviews, and conduct independent research related to what they are planning to write. When working with material on a specific topic, such as science, formal training in that area may be required by an employer.

 

1. Investment Banker

Anthony Scaramucci
Anthony Scaramucci

When companies, organizations, or government entities need to raise capital, one of the best ways to do so is to turn to the services of an investment banker. Investment bankers are highly skilled professionals at financial institutions who examine an entity’s financial health, capital needs, and goals.

Then they recommend a strategy to improve or manifest them. The investment banker then acts as a go-between for the organization looking to raise money and those looking to make financial investments.