Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will not precisely want a job these days, but he has an aged resume handy just in case. I am certain your resume will appear a lot better than mine did 48 years ago, in other words, 1974.
Uh, you can't be so sure, Invoice. Not that many of us are Harvard college students, as Gates was at the time, with expertise with many of the pcs and programming languages of the second generation. We didnt co-direct a research project at our significant university for private substantial educational facilities, earning over $10,000. And we certainly werent in partnership with Paul Allen, Gates' late co-founder of Microsoft, to study targeted visitor streams.
Bill Gates' 1974 resume in all its typewritten glory.
What may be the most helpful for everyday people and women to notice is the tiny amount of individual information Gates has included to his resume. He claims to be 5-foot-10-inch (about 1.7 meters) tall and weighs only 130 lbs (about 59 kilograms). He is just a freshman at Harvard, but his salary is $12,000 (9,915, AU$17,477).
He has no employment restrictions. However, we do know that Gates and Allen founded Microsoft in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1975 before moving the business to its current location, Redmond, Washington.
A $12,000 wage 48 years ago would have been fantastic for a current graduate you generally did excellently, according to one LinkedIn commenter.
The resume of Gates appears to have been typed up on a typewriter, as would have been the norm for 1974, just before Gates and other individuals helped develop the use of private computers.
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