Elon Musk tops the list of the world’s richest people with an insane fortune of $287.6 billion, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is right behind him with $189.3 billion, according to Forbes.

In all, the website tracks approximately 2,755 billionaires around the world, and the website Stacker.com recently dug into the numbers to find that there are 17 billionaires in Pennsylvania. We took those numbers and then used Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings to update the list to April 2, 2022.

So who are the biggest ballers – the billionaires – in the Keystone State? Check out the list below, with the state’s richest men and women listed from lowest to highest net worth and included short profiles that give insight into how they made their fortunes:

17. Richard Yuengling

Net value : $1.1 billion

The Yuengling file: Pottsville’s Yuengling brews 2.8 million barrels of beer a year, which helped him become the 2,432nd richest person in the world, according to Forbes real-time net worth rankings.

16. Richard Hayne

Net value : $1.2 billion

The Hayne file: Hayne of Philadelphia is Chairman, President and CEO of Urban Outfitters. He is the 2,313th richest person in the world, according to Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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15. Alan Miller

Net value : $1.4 billion

The Miller file: Miller of Lower Merion is listed with his family in this one. He founded Universal Health Services in 1979, which helped him rank 2,061 in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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14. Maggie Hardy Knox

Net value : $1.4 billion

The Hardy Knox file: Belle Vernon’s Hardy Knox owns 84 Lumber, which is the largest private supplier of building materials in the United States, according to Forbes. This helped her become the 2,058th richest person in the world, according to the Forbes real-time net worth ranking.

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13.Alfred West Jr.

Net value : $1.4 billion

The West Jr. file: Paoli’s West Jr. founded the financial services firm SEI in 1968, which helped him rank 2,042nd in the world on Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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12. Edward Stack

Net value : $1.6 billion

The stack file: Sewickley’s Stack is the executive chairman and major shareholder of Dick’s Sporting Goods. His father, Dick, founded the retail giant in 1948 with a $300 loan from his grandmother, and now Edward is 1,811th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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11. Brian Roberts

Net value : $1.7 billion

The Roberts file: Roberts of Philadelphia is the CEO of Comcast. His father founded the company. He is currently 1,774th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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10. David Paul

Net value : $1.9 billion

Paul’s file: Paul d’Audobon is the founder and executive chairman of Globus Medical, a manufacturer of spinal implants. He is currently 1,577th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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9. Jared Isaacman

Net value : $2 billion

The Isaacman file: Easton’s Isaacman is the founder and CEO of Shift4 Payments, an Allentown-based payment processor that handles payments for a third of America’s restaurants and hotels according to Forbes. He is currently 1,543 in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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8. Thomas Tull

Net value : $2.5 billion

The Tull folder: Tull of Pittsburgh is the founder of production company Legendary Entertainment, which he reportedly sold in 2015 for $3.5 billion, is a financier and minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is currently 1,271st in the world in the Forbes real-time net worth ranking.

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7. John Middleton

Net value : $3.4 billion

The Middleton File: Bryn Mawr Middleton’s great-great-grandfather opened John Middleton Inc, a small tobacco shop, in 1856. He sold it to Philip Morris in 2007 for $2.9 billion. He also owns a nearly 50% stake in the Phillies. He is 907th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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6. Thomas Hagen

Net value : $3.4 billion

The Hagen file: Erie’s Hagen is the president of publicly traded insurance company, Erie Indemnity, and has been with the company for more than 50 years. He is currently 898th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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5.Jeffrey Lurie

Net value : $3.5 billion

The Lurie file: Wynnewood’s Lurie took out an $185 million loan to buy the Philadelphia Eagles in 1994. The team is now worth more than $3 billion. He is currently 887th in the world in Forbes’ real-time net worth rankings.

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4. Mary Alice Dorrance Malone

Net value : $3.7 billion

The Dorrance Malone File: Dorrance Malone of Coatesville’s grandfather, John T. Dorrance, invented condensed soup in 1897, and she is now the largest shareholder in the Campbell Soup Company. She is currently 819th in the world in the Forbes real-time net worth rankings.

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3. Michael Rubin

Net value : $8 billion

The Rubin Folder: Bryn Mawr’s Rubin was a Villanova dropout who started GSI Commerce and then sold it to eBay for $2.4 billion in 2011. He is also the founder and CEO of Fanatics, and is currently ranked 301st in the world real-time net worth from Forbes.

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2. Victoria Mars

Net value : $8.4 billion

The March folder: Mars of Philadelphia and his three sisters are heirs to candy and pet food giant Mars Inc., which makes M&Ms, Milky Way and Skittles. She is currently 267th in the world in the Forbes real-time net worth rankings.

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1. Jeff Yass

Net value : $12 billion

The Yass folder: Haverford’s Yass is the co-founder of Susquehanna International Group, which Forbes says is one of Wall Street’s largest trading companies. He is currently 173rd in the world in the Forbes real-time net worth rankings.