Steve Jobs’ handwritten job utility from 1973 was bought at an public sale for GBP 162,000 (roughly Rs. 1.6 crores). The public sale was carried out by Charterfields within the UK. The bidding began on February 24 and was closed on March 24. The single-page handwritten job utility is supposedly one of many first ones Jobs filed after dropping out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, US. This will not be the primary time that this job utility has bought for massive cash at an public sale, having been purchased by a tech entrepreneur earlier in 2018.
The job application is touted to be one of many first ones filed by Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, a yr earlier than he joined Atari in 1974 the place he met his Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. Jobs and Wozniak opened Apple in 1976 with their first workplace arrange at Jobs’ storage in Los Altos, California, US. The utility sees Jobs mentioning English Literature as his main together with Calculator and Computer design technician as his expertise.
Charterfields described the job utility as:
- A single web page signed job utility from 1973 is being provided for sale by public sale.
- In the questionnaire, Steve Jobs highlights his expertise with “computers and calculators” and particular skills in “electronic tech or design engineer – digital.”
- The questionnaire is believed to have been accomplished across the time he dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
- A yr later he joined Atari as a technician the place he labored with Steve Wozniak earlier than they based Apple in 1976.
- The utility is in superb situation with some general creasing, gentle staining, and previous clear tape to the highest edge. It is accompanied by letters and certificates of authenticity.
Posthumously, Jobs memorabilia have sold for massive cash as a signed floppy disk and a Newsweek journal bought for $84,115 (roughly Rs. 60 lakhs) and $50,000 (roughly Rs. 35 lakhs), respectively.
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