Winning Bizness Desk
Mumbai. Bill Gates, the world's fourth richest man, has shared a resume of his 48 years ago on social media that he applied for a job. While sharing the resume, 60-year-old Microsoft owner and net worth of $ 124.1 billion, Bill Gates wrote that whether you are a recent graduate or a college dropout, your resume will be better than my 48 year old resume.
Bill Gates's resume shows that he has taken many courses. It includes system structure, database management, computer graphics. Many people have also commented on the resume shared by Bill Gates on social media and thanked Bill Gates for sharing his resume. People said that everyone should keep their old resumes so that when they move forward, they remember what they did.
What are the reactions ?
A LinkedIn user wrote, "Thank you for sharing Bill Gates. Great one-page resume. We should all keep copies of our past resumes to go back and have a look. Sometimes, we forget how much we have accomplished in our lives." Another one wrote, "Bill Gates I read a 20-year-old, with 5 programming languages, straight As at Harvard (ok, there's grade inflation), designed an entire cobal based payment system. That IS NOT MEDIOCRE, circa 1974!!"
Your resume looked fantastic...
And another one wrote, "The structure of the resume may be doubtable but You got to be kidding, right? Your resume looked promissory, with sales profit achievement, project done, leadership skills, and partnership, beside future graduates from Harvard. Your resume looked fantastic for a first-year college student.Sometimes Recruiters should look beyond the design, but I understand resume reader programs make people work harder on the resume, although in that time resume reader programs weren't in place, then you came with all technology that made it possible if your resume was delivered today probable your skills will be selected if those match with the resume program readers."