Why I am not writing a resume anymore
I had an idea I wanted to share, and it was not something I had ever written before.
I had just recently taken a two-week summer job with a software company.
It had just been announced that Apple was launching an app called iWork that was designed to make it easy for artists to create resumes.
I thought, this is really cool, and I want to see if this actually helps me.
After all, I had written an original thesis on the topic, and had already been paid for it.
I started by outlining my work in an email to a friend and colleague, who had the same idea.
They thought it sounded good and sent me an outline that they had done themselves.
That led to more than two weeks of writing.
My thesis was actually about the history of the digital age, and how the world has changed over time.
I even mentioned my previous thesis.
The thesis was really good.
My friend and I had some good discussions about how I should write it and how I would approach it.
But that was all, really, for a summer job.
My supervisor asked me to do more research.
I didn’t want to spend hours trying to find out if my thesis was even good.
I wanted the job.
The day after I started the research, I sent my outline to my supervisor.
He told me that he was really excited about the thesis and that he would be more than happy to pay for my work.
So, a week later, I received an email.
It said: “I am pleased to say you have submitted your thesis to Apple for consideration for a position.”
I was completely unprepared.
I was so overwhelmed by the response that I didn.
I hadn’t even thought about it.
And the next day, I emailed my supervisor again and told him I had accepted.
I sent him a second email.
This time, he said he had accepted the thesis.
“Thank you,” I said.
“I love this job.”
I had worked in an organization that was not well-liked.
I loved working there, and working at a company that was perceived to be an organization I didn’ think I could do well at.
And so, in the spring of 2020, I was working at an engineering startup.
I made my first $5,000 that year.
I got my first job at the company that would become Apple, and my first big break when I started working for the company.
I earned $100,000 in just three years.
I did it all while still in college, but it all felt so much more satisfying.
I wasn’t sure what to expect.
The people I worked with didn’t seem too impressed.
They didn’t even know I was there.
When I went to the company’s first board meeting, I heard from a number of the board members that they hadn’t really heard from me in a while.
And one board member told me he’d been working with me at the beginning of the year, and he had started to get a lot of feedback from me.
So I started to wonder if my new position had really helped.
I knew I wasn’t going to get paid.
But I was also worried about my family, so I went on vacation.
I ended up spending a month there.
The summer after I got back, I went out for a couple of weeks and visited my family.
I visited my grandmother and spent a lot with my mother.
And then I went home for the summer and spent time with my parents.
My family was thrilled.
My mom said I had a really good summer.
She told me I should stay home and work from home.
She said I could make money doing it.
When we went back to the office, my boss had asked if I was looking for a new position.
I said no.
I told him that I’d be happy to work from anywhere, and that I could go anywhere I wanted.
I just wanted to be at home and be the best at my job.
So when my manager came back and told me to come back in the fall, I did.
He started looking for other engineers.
He was really surprised when I told them I was willing to work for him.
I never thought I’d actually find a job in the first place.
And it turns out, he was right.
I landed a job at a new startup called Y Combinator.
It was my first opportunity to work at a tech company.
After I started there, I didn”t get any further, but I learned a lot.
My experience there made me very confident about my ability to get jobs in the future.
But what happened next made me realize that, for me, there was only one job I wanted, and only one position I could get.
I asked my manager to look for someone to work with me and to help me find the perfect position.
At that point, it didn” t matter what the company was doing.
The problem was that I was still working at home. The only