You will often hear suggestions that you have to dream big to achieve your goals. However, the beginning of this big dream may be through a small job or a job. But this is how many billionaires of today's era began. Many started working for a small salary. Some have learned how to work without pay. Here's the first job information of a few tech entrepreneurs:
Jeff Bezos, now the founder of the world's richest Amazon, first worked in a burger making kitchen at McDonald's. His hourly salary at that time was only US $ 2.5. That experience at McDonald's at a young age has helped him move forward.
Michael Dell, founder of Dell, one of the world's largest computer makers. At the age of 12, he started working in a Chinese restaurant. He used to wash dishes there.
Richard Branson, owner of Virgin Group of Companies, published a magazine when he was only 3 years old. The name of the magazine was 'Student Magazine'. He started working as an entrepreneur at 5 with a capital of just £ 5.
Everyone knows Evan Spiegel as a Snapchat entrepreneur. He had to work for free at the Beverage brand Red Bull. He started working at Red Bull as a paid intern.
The beginning of Uber founder Travis Kalanick was even more difficult. Long before he founded Uber, he started working as a salesman or salesman. He had to sell goods at the people's doorsteps.
The beginning of Tesla founder Elon Musk, but with a small amount of work. He started selling video game codes from the age of 12. The name of the video game was Blastard.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey started out as a hacker. In an interview, he admitted that he hacked the server of a dispatch company and started working as a professional software engineer.
Larry Allison, the founder of Oracle Software, started his first job as a computer programmer. He worked on the creation of a database of Amaral Corporation and Amex Corporation.