Elon Musk’s career path is of course well known. He is one of the richest people on the planet and the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla. However, although we may know where he studied and worked, the place where he was rejected is still somewhat mysterious. However, due to the exposure of Twitter users earlier this week, we learned that Musk had been looking for work in Internet companies in the 90s and tried in 1995 and failed to get a position in the startup Netscape.
The fact is that in 1995, Musk wanted to cooperate with Netscape, an Internet, software and telecommunications company founded in 1994, and he even shared his resume with recruiters. However, it turns out that he did not get the job. Twitter user @PPathole shared the story on the Weibo site and attached a picture of Musk who looked young, adding that Musk was working hard to find performances while creating his own internet company.
“In 1995, @elonmuskwanted wanted to work for an Internet company. He applied for a job at Netscape, sent his resume and tried to hang out in their lobby, but he was shy and couldn’t talk to anyone. So he opened his own Internet Company (Zip2) because he cannot find a job anywhere,” the user wrote.one second tweet, The user added: “@elonmusk and his company (Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink, Boring) make me feel inspired and excited about the future of this human being.
the year 1995, @elonmusk Wanting to work with an Internet company, he applied for a job at Netscape, sent a resume, and tried to hang out in their lobby, but he was shy and couldn’t talk to anyone. Therefore, unable to find a job anywhere, he founded his own Internet company (Zip2). pic.twitter.com/YRSKobvKAj
-Pranay Pathole (@PPathole) April 20, 2021
He hardly knew that the third richest person on the planet would notice his tweets and even respond to them. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX corrected his fans, saying that he could find a job, but he could not work for an Internet company. Musk added that there were not many at that time.
I can find a job, but I didn’t work in an Internet company (there were not many at the time)
-Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 21, 2021
Now, if you follow Musk on Twitter, you will know that he is an absolute champion of market advice, memes and weird reactions on social media. Musk’s response was widely circulated, with more than 89,000 people like his tweets. Many people praised how far the billionaire has gone since that day.
One user said: “This proves that if a person can’t find a job somewhere, it doesn’t mean that person has no potential. Tesla has more value than Netscape.”
This proves that if a person cannot find a job somewhere, it does not mean that person has no potential. Tesla is more valuable than Netscape.
-Daval (@del_rl) April 21, 2021
Another said: “Now I bet they hope they hired you.”
Now I bet they want them to hire you.
-Ali Mubarak in Ramadan (@ Ali_Tesla585) April 21, 2021
Another fan of the Tesla CEO wrote: “Look at where you are now and what you have achieved, everything is moving in the best direction.”
Look at where you are now and what you have achieved, everything can be done the best.
-The butterfly who wants to know (@MD4life23) April 21, 2021
Here are some more reactions:
Saying “I’m not stupid, I just don’t want to do boring things” is a good way:)
-Martin Bokman (@Real_Farming) April 21, 2021
From job hunting to billionaire!Only in the U.S.
-Mounir Elkhair (@ElkhairMounir) April 22, 2021
Hey Elon, thank you for your clarification… but you beat the man and love it
-fatrobz (@FatRobs) April 21, 2021
Elon Musk has been competing with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos for the position of the richest man on the planet, and according to the “Forbes” ranking, it is currently second only to Bezos. Bernard Arnault & Family (Bernard Arnault & Family) from LMVH, ranked third. According to a report, Musk’s wealth has increased nearly five times over last year.
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