Seven year-old girl Chloe Bridgewater from Hereford, United Kingdom wrote a job letter to Google boss after taking career advice from his dad who is a sales manager at one of the hardware firm in the UK.
7-Year-Old Girl Asks Google For A Job, CEO Sundar Pichai Replied
Well, nowadays when you ask any children about what they want to become when they grow up, they will most probably consider becoming doctors, teachers, scientists, and astronauts. However, a seven-year-old girl came up with an interesting answer.
Who, doesn’t have to job which have spaceships, go-karts, rooms filled with sponge balls in its workplace? Seven- year-old girl Chloe Bridgewater from Hereford, United Kingdom wrote an appointment letter to Google boss.
Well, the little girl had written a short letter to Google in which she expressed her desire to one-day work there and it made such impression to CEO Sundar Pichai that he can’t resist himself from replying her personally.
Chloe Bridgewater wrote a sort job letter to Google boss after taking career advice from his dad who is a sales manager at one of the hardware firm in the UK. Chloe Bridgewater wrote in the letter “When I am bigger I would like a job with Google.”
Apart from working for Google, Chloe wants to be a swimmer in the Olympics and work at a chocolate factory. In reply, 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 motivated her to work hard and follow her dreams.
— Andy Bridgewater 🇬🇧 (@B21DGY) February 13, 2017
Andy Bridgewater, a father of Chloe Bridgewater, took the letter received from Google on Twitter, and he said that Sundar Pichai’s response inspired Chloe to work harder. Chloe was hit by a car couple of years ago. Andy Bridgewater thanked Sundar Pichai for stealing some minutes to “make a little girl’s dream become one step closer.”
Well, this is not the first time Google had responded to kid’s hand written the letter. In the year 2014, Girl named Katie sent a letter on behalf of his Dad to get a day off on his birthday. In return, Google gave him the full week off.
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