Steve Jobs’ candidacy for his first job, in 1973, will be auctioned


Steve Jobs’ very first candidacy was put up for auction.

A letter that the future boss of Apple had written in 1973.

One application for more than $220,000

Even the biggest names in tech had to start one day, as this 1973 candidacy, attributed to a certain Steve Jobs, proves. An application that was recently acquired by a London entrepreneur (for exactly $222,400) and is now offered at auction.

The application does not explicitly state the type of job steve jobs were aiming for at the time, but the one who would invent the iPhone a few decades later says he has a computer and design skills.

The auction will end this Wednesday, July 28, and the letter will be sold in physical format and the NFT version. It remains to be seen now which version will be the most popular.