Steve Jobs’ pre-Apple job application sold for nearly $175,000 at auction

Steve Jobs 'Application for Job' likely to be sold at $ 50,000

New York: Steve Jobs’ pre-Apple job application sold for nearly $175,000 at auction. Before founding the Apple Computer Company, in 1976 Mr. Steve Job was also like the other normal people. He was also looking for the jobs in well-reputed organizations. For Job applications, he has to fill out some job application formats and provide the answers to the questions. The American Employment Company founder Steve jobs’ application for employment in 1973 will be presented for auction and stopped at $175,757.

The winner of the bid belongs to the London and Run an Internet Entrepreneur, the bidder wished to remain anonymous. RR Auction organized this auction and the estimated price for this single paper at $ 50,000.

“Steve Jobs and Apple encouraged each of us to ‘Think Different,’ and even today several years after his untimely passing it’s still difficult to think of anyone more iconic, or influential who has had such profound impact on our everyday modern lives,” Bobby Livingston, executive vice president at RR Auction, said. “There are many collectors who have earned disposable income over the last few decades using Apple technology, and we expect similarly strong results on related material in the future as well.”

There were some questions on the applications which were answered by the Steve Jobs the founder of Apple Company.

 

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Responses to the one-page application form, Steve Jobs wrote with his own hands in which he had entered the ‘electronics Tech and Design Engineer’ in a special capacity box. He also answered in the ‘yes’ of the question asked computer when the phone was asked from the device’s inventory, then the answer was not ‘no’.

When Steve Job applied for this job, he was the dropout from the Reed College in the Portland. “If I had never dropped in on that single calligraphy course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts,” Jobs said in a Stanford University commencement speech in 2005. In the job application, it didn’t mention that on which position he had applied. But he has started his first job in 1974 and was working in the Atari. Steve Job had the fight with cancer at the age of 56 years.

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