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Steve Jobs’ Job Application May Unlock Inspiration for iPhone Creation

Back in 1973, Steven Jobs applied for a job at some unknown company and unfortunately listed that he had no phone … 34 years later that man created and released his own phone.

Coincidence?  We think not.

The B.A. (Before Apple) job application filled out by Jobs three years before he created his empire is about to hit the auction block and reportedly expected to fetch $500,000.  The resumé touts his ability as an “electronics tech or design engineer,” and lists that he was proficient on both calculators and computers.  He also states that he has “possible, but not probable” access to transportation.

It’s unknown who the document was for, but thank goodness he didn’t get the position.

The sale is being handled next month by RR Auction, and also includes a newspaper article about Apple signed by Jobs, and  signed OG Mac OS X manual.

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