A job application filled out in 1973 by future Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is expected to sell for $50,000 when it hits the auction block next month.
A job application that an 18-year-old Steve Jobs filled out 45 years ago will be sold at an auction. The job application is pre-Apple and was filled out by Jobs shortly after he dropped out of Reed College. Jobs was majoring in English Literature at Reed College in Oregon before he left to pursue a career in tech, which was probably the right decision seeing how that whole Apple thing turned out and that there were grammatical errors on this application. The application is from 1973, three years before Jobs and Wozniak co-founded Apple in 1976.
Some people will pay a lot of money for memorabilia, especially when it’s associated with tech luminary Steve Jobs. A job application form filled out by the Apple co-founder in 1973 is being put up for auction next month with an estimated value of over $50,000.
One of late Apple founder Steve Jobs’ CVs is going up for Auction at a Boston-based auction house. The error-riddled job application form will not come cheap since its value was estimated at $50,000 by RR Auction experts. The news was met with enthusiasm as many Apple fans would like the pricey piece of paper ...
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The rare one-page document dates back to 1973, three years before the launch of Apple.
LOS ANGELES: A job application filled out by Steve Jobs more than four decades ago that reflects the Apple founder's aspirations to work in technology and design will go up for auction next month.
A resume littered with errors
A resume filled with typos from an applicant who said he had no phone and probably no way to get to work normally wouldn't end up anywhere else but the trash can, but in this case, it might fetch as much as $50,000 at auction. That's because it's the...
Steve Jobs' 1973 job application, written three years before he joined Apple, provides an early glimpse of his ambition to work in the tech industry.