Throwback to 48-years ago when Bill Gates looked for a job, CV surfaces on social media
- The world’s richest man, Bill Gates has shared his resume on Linked In, the career social media network
- The resume which is about 48 years old listed the abilities of the Microsoft founder and what computer programmes he’s good at
- The resume was created when the billionaire was in Havard and stated that he can use a database
The resume of Microsoft founder and one of the world’s richest men, Bill Gates, dating back to 48 years has surfaced on social media, the career network, LinkedIn.
His resume dates back to his first time at Harvard. In it, the billionaire and co-founder of Melinda and Gates Foundation stated his expertise which includes operating systems structure, database management, computer graphics and compiler construction.
A piece of archeology
The billionaire shared his first resume on his LinkedIn account and it’s very inspiring.
While sharing a picture of the resume, the tech titan said that most recent graduates and university dropouts’ resumes look better than his which is 48 years old
The almost 50 decades-old resume mentions he was an honours student and received As in all his courses.
During his time at Harvard, he was known as William Henry Gates III.
Despite his assertion that other people’s resumes are better than his, social media users think otherwise.
Someone called it a piece of archaeology.
A great example of a hustling spirit
Another thanked the billionaire for sharing his experience, saying he is a great example of the essence of a CV and what it means, unveiling what is behind the word.
Reports said that another LinkedIn user thanked the philanthropist for sharing, saying it is a great one-page resume.
“We should all go back and have a look. Sometimes, we should all keep copies of our past resumes. Sometimes, we forget how much we have accomplished in our lives.”
Another use tried to imagine how the CV was created what software was used to create it and which printer printed it.
Bill Gates who was recently divorced about the fourth richest man in the world and has recently embarked on philanthropic duties around the globe.
The post had over 130, 000 interactions.
LinkedIn was bought by Microsoft in 2016 for $26.2 billion.
Lion heart goes global: Billionaire Bill Gates reacts to London to Lagos bike ride, calls it incredible
Recall that Legit.ng reported that Nigerian biker, Lion Heart Kunle Adeyanju, has attracted the attention of billionaire businessman, Bill Gates after he successfully completed a journey from London to Lagos on a bike.
Kunle arrived in Nigeria on May 29 after about 40 days of riding on his Honda bike called Eagle.
In a reaction to the journey, Bill Gates simply referred to it as an incredible feat. He made the reaction in a tweet shared on his verified Twitter handle on May 31.