If you start investing in the 401(k) when you are 22, you can certainly become a millionaire after you retire at 65.
Invest 10% of your salary, $35k, into a 401(k), and that is $3,500 annually. That is just $134 per paycheck, assuming you get paid every 2 weeks. You’ll have over $1 million by the time you are 65, even if the market only makes 5% for you every year. That is the power of compounding.
Start it while you are young. It will make you a very happy retiree one day.