If you have yet to launch a billion-dollar business or score a CEO position, you're in great company. The interactive graphic below, by The UK Domain, shows icons who became successful at the age you are right now.
In addition, we've highlighted eight business leaders who didn't find success until their 30s:
Born in poverty to a single teen mother, Winfrey grew up in a low-income family in rural Mississippi. At age 32, her first talk show aired nationwide, starting what would eventually become a media empire.
In 1886, the 35-year-old co-founded a soap manufacturing company with his brother, called Lever Brothers. Their business later grew into the multinational consumer goods company Unilever.
Hoffman's first business win came at PayPal, which he joined as a founding board member at age 31. After a tumultuous four years at the company, he co-founded the professional network site LinkedIn at age 35. In 2016, Microsoft bought his company for $26.2 billion.
Westwood started her career as a schoolteacher, while making jewelry and clothing on the side.
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