Did you ever wonder where do the applications which you rolled out to apply for jobs go? Well if you were Steve Jobs, your applications would probably go up on auctions. Apple’s CEO Steve Job’s job application which dates back to 1973 has been put up for auction. It is believed to be coming from the times when Steve Jobs had dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
Steve Jobs, like many of us, was a jobseeker https://t.co/3e46fvIoXK
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— Popular Mechanics South Africa (@popmechsa) February 16, 2021
Employment Questionnaire Filled in By Steve Jobs Going Up for Auction: An online auction to sell off a rare employment questionnaire filled out by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs opens later this month. Jobs filled out the application in… https://t.co/Evb5uW9EFT #Apple #Mac #Rumors pic.twitter.com/2WYKLCpGUQ
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The application no-one can reject!
-application of Steve jobs from the year 1973.
— Aman (@amanisaniceguy) February 18, 2021
— The Hindu (@the_hindu) February 18, 2021
Know more about Steve Jobs’ job application
During those days, PCs and online application forms didn’t exist in those days, this application was rounded out by hand. It doesn’t make reference to which organization Jobs was applying to or which job, yet the abilities segment implies that it was some sort of computing organization.
Hand-written job application by Steve Jobs up for auction
A job application hand-written by Apple cofounder Steve Jobs in 1973 has been put up for auction. Last time it sold, it went for over $175,000 … more… The post Hand-written job application by https://t.co/607J6qjsit
— LVCO (@lvcoio) February 15, 2021
So the 18-year-old Steve Jobs drops out of Reed College and applies for a job .
“All” he has to offer:
Computer skills [yes]
Calculator skills [yes]
Electronics tech or design engineer
Doesn’t get the job. Instead returns to Cupertino and…founds Apple.https://t.co/85Ic4uN6y8
— Ricardo J Salvador (@cadwego) February 16, 2021
It is crazy the amount of money this was auctioned for! Hand-written job application by Steve Jobs up for auction – 9to5Mac https://t.co/OodFBYRK9h
— /* Andy Lopez */ (@_andy_lopez_) February 17, 2021
A rare piece of #SteveJobs memorabilia is going up for auction, with the latest a job application filled out by the Apple co-founder in 1973 that was previously sold for over $175,000. https://t.co/1ZPW4aqsMk pic.twitter.com/GXukP4gKFY
— AppleInsider (@appleinsider) February 15, 2021