I want to be a YouTuber when I grow up
Putting your face and vibe on video while testing products, doing stupid stunts and rambling your stream of thought may not seem like a smart way to earn a living, but for those dedicated to the craft, the payout is huge.
Forbes has been kind enough to put together a list of who the highest paid YouTubers are. As expected, Jake and Logan Paul are on the list, along with Lilly Singh. But there have been some changes in rank since last year.
DanTDM, who plays video games for an audience of elementary school kids, has taken the top spot in earnings, dethroning PewDiePie who was the top earner for 2015 and 2016.
Who else made the list? Check them out below: