Forbes publish ’30 under 30’ list of most influential young

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Forbes publish ’30 under 30’ list of most influential young

Forbes Magazine has released its fourth annual “30 under 30” list which it calls the "greatest gathering of young game changers, movers and makers”.

As the name implies, everyone on the list is under 30.

It’s made up by 600 people in 20 categories slimmed down from more than 2,500 contenders.

It includes actors, singers, lawyers, those in finance and healthcare and the biggest names in media.

Forbes say the average age that people on the list chose their dream job was 14.

The list includes Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Emma Watson and also Palmer Luckey, a 22-year-old who sold his virtual reality company Oculus VR to Facebook last year for $2 billion.

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