7-Year-Old Girl Who Asked Google For A Job Got Her First Job!
7-Year-Old Girl Who Asked Google For A Job Got Her First Job!

Remember the 7-Year-Old Girls who asked Google for a job? She is making the headlines again. She just bagged her first job as a product tester along with her 5-Year-Old sister Hollie at a tech company named Kano.

7-Year-Old Girl Who Asked Google For A Job Got Her First Job!

Remember the 7-Year-Old Girls who asked Google for a job? Chloe Bridgewater from Hereford, United Kingdom, wrote an appointment letter to Google boss two months ago. Chloe Bridgewater wrote in the letter “When I am bigger I would like a job with Google”

Chloe got a personal response from Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Sundar Pichai said that Google would be waiting for her job application in the future and also motivated Chloe Bridgewater to work hard and follow her dreams.

Well, the reason why I am talking about Chloe Bridgewater today is because she is making the headlines again. She just bagged her first job as a product tester along with her 5-Year-Old sister Hollie at a tech company named Kano.

Well, the tech company Kano makes DIY computer kits for children. Chloe and her sister Hollie will test out all its new devices before the products hit the market. The company said:

“They will be sent every new Kano product before it comes to market, with the task of building the kits, working through the software and putting our whole product range through its paces”

“Every quarter, they will be on a video call with Luke Abrams our VP Product where they will share their experiences, and insights on how to make our products even better”

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