When asked what is your dream job... what would you reply? Facebook, Microsoft... or Google?
Yes, all of them lie amongst the top workplaces in the world but Google is an ideal working place cos... cos... cos... we all know. It's not only a job that we seek but we also grow up aspiring to land a great one.
A 7-year-old UK girl, Chloe Bridgewater is one among us who wrote a job application letter to the CEO of Google Sundar Pichai with no expectations of a reply.
The toddler received a personal reply from the CEO himself with words of motivation and engagement. Pichai told her, 'keep working hard and follow your dreams' and asked her to formally apply to the company when she's finished with her school.
It was directed to the 'Google Boss'. It was the action followed by the encouragement of her father.
Chloe recently became interested in Google when she asked her father, Andy Bridgewater, about the ideal place to work. Upon which his answer was Google. The company is known for its 'world-famous perks and cutting-edge work,' also, the office had go-karts, slides, bean bag chairs, things which no normal workplace include. This was enough to attract the little girl.
The little girl told that she would want to work at Google someday to which her father impelled her to start early. Her dad also urged Chloe to write a job application, subsequently, she did so, in her carefree manner.
Chloe mentioned that she has always liked computers, tablets and robots and is a good student in school. Apart from aspiring to work at Google, she also dreams to work at a chocolate factory and wants to participate in the Olympics as a swimmer.
A heartwarming mention was that apart from this letter, she had written only one other letter and that too was to the Father Christmas.
He responded by saying that he hoped that Chloe works hard and fulfil all her dreams.
He wrote, "Thank you so much for your letter. I'm glad that you like robots and computers, and hope that you will continue to learn about technology. I think that if you keep working hard and following your dreams, you can accomplish everything that you set your mind to - from working at Google to swimming in the Olympics. I look forward to receiving your job application when you are finished with school. All the best to you and your family."
Andy Bridgewater also shared Pichai's response on LinkedIn and said, "It's a much-needed confidence booster for Chloe, who was knocked down by a car years ago."
Also, he would help Chloe to nurture and polish her skills so that she could work at Google one day.