A job application by Steve Jobs, filled with errors, yes you can buy it anytime !
The CV – which reflects the Apple founder’s hopes that he would work in technology or design will go up for auction next month. The application is expected to go for as much as $50,000.
The document doesn’t necessarily show the attention to detail and perfectionism that would go on to define his work at Apple. It lists his name as “Steven jobs” and address as “reed college,” the Oregon college he attended briefly.
It offers a snapshot of a tumultuous period in Jobs’ life, shortly after dropping out of university and marking his early ambition to break into the tech industry. The application details Jobs’ desire for employment as “an electronics tech or design engineer” in 1973.
The application includes his name, “Steven jobs”; address, “reed college”; phone, “none”; and major, “english lit.” In the middle section, Jobs writes “yes” in response to “Driver’s License?” and “possible, but not probable,” in reply to “Access to transportation?”
With regard to his skills, next to “Computer” and “Calculator”, he writes, “yes (design, tech).” At the bottom, he describes his “Special Abilities” as “electronics tech or design engineer.