The job application form, filled out by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, was auctioned for the second time. How much was Jobs’ job application form sold for?
Steve Jobs’ 40-year job application resold
Steve Jobs, one of the successful entrepreneurs, filled out a job application form before founding Apple. This form, from 1973, has now been acquired at auction in London.
This document, prepared by Steve Jobs, dates back to before apple was founded. Jobs, who set out in the hope of getting a job after leaving Redd College, received a positive response in this application and was assigned to Atari as a technician. The entrepreneur, who emphasized “English lit” as the main branch here, also stated his special knowledge such as “electronic technology” and “design engineering” here. Then, in 1976, Jobs joined forces with Steve Wozniak and founded Apple, one of the largest companies of our time.
Now this long-standing job application form from Jobs is being auctioned for the second time. The document, which was bought three years ago for $175,000, is now sold for a second time with a price tag of $220,400.
Steve Jobs’ application form is still in its instructure. This document, written years ago, is in very good condition even now, and its upper edges are protected by transparent tapes. However, it is worth noting that some painting is done on the writings.
This document, which has been around for more than 40 years, has lost its vitality with the passage of time. Therefore, the documents submitted for auction went through some darkening and painting before being put up for sale.