Did Steve Jobs Get the Job from this $222,400 Application? No
A 1973 job application written by an 18-year-old Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, lists his “special abilities” of “electronic tech or design engineer, digital.” Jobs also listed his skills in computers and calculators and noted he didn’t own a car. That handwritten application on now-yellowed paper turned out to be pretty valuable than any first job: It recently sold for $222,400 in a London, England, auction. Jobs filled out the application in hopes of landing a job after dropping out of Reed College, which he attended for about six months. A year later, Jobs joined Atari as a technician. He and Steve Wozniak created Apple in 1976.
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