A handwritten resume from Apple co-founder Steve work has offered for longer than $174,000, according to auction home RR Auction. The organization told Reuters your bidder that is winning an Internet entrepreneur from England who doesn’t want to be publicly identified.
The single-page document, dated to 1973, doesn’t identify what job Jobs was applying for. But a window is provided by it into just how Jobs—who might have been 17 or 18 on time—saw himself.
Jobs identifies himself as an literature that is english at Reed College. He officially dropped out of Reed after a semester that is single late 1972, but he proceeded sticking with buddies on campus and auditing classes in 1973.
Jobs suggested he previously experience with both computer systems and calculators. Under “special abilities,” he had written (that he had a driver’s license but didn’t have a phone********************) he added, “From Bay near Hewlett-Packard.”
Jobs indicated. Under “access to transportation,” he wrote, “possible, but not probable.”
The year after filling out this application, Jobs found a job at Atari, then a two-year-old startup in the video game business that is nascent. A few years later on, in 1976, work and Steve Wozniak founded Apple.
The auction home at first estimated your page ended up being well worth $50,000, nevertheless the putting in a bid quickly escalated past that quantity, finally reaching $174,757.
Two other items of Jobs memorabilia had been additionally offered into the auction. A Mac OS X manual finalized by Work offered for $41,806, while a newspaper clipping finalized by Work offered for $26,950.