Seven-year-old girl gets response to letter from Google CEO

A seven-year-old English girl wrote to Google asking for a job when she gets older, and got a reply from google's CEO. The schoolgirl's fascination with Google began recently when she asked her father where his ideal place to work would be. People consider Google as big game changer in their professional career, considering its large pay scale and wonderful work environment.

"My teachers tell my mum and dad that I am very good in class and am good at my spelling, reading, and my sums", she writes. The CEO inspired her by saying if she keeps working hard and follow her dreams, she can accomplish everything she has in her mind, from working at Google to swimming at the Olympics.

When Chloe decided she wanted to work there, too, her father encouraged her to apply and "get the ball rolling", he said.

Chloe's father posted Pichai's letter online and thanked the executive for writing to his daughter.

In her letter published by the BBC, Chloe expressed her interest in working at Google, a chocolate factory and becoming an Olympic swimmer. "And I said, 'Oh, Google would be a nice place to work", he said. Google confirmed the authenticity of the letter to CBS News.

"Dear Google boss", she wrote. He also wrote, "I look forward to receiving your job application when you are finished with school".

Confessing that she did not know what a job application was and that she had only ever sent one other letter to "Father Christmas", Chloe nonetheless made her case for being hired by one of the most sought-after employers globally.

"All the best to you and your family".

In that LinkedIn post, Andy said the letter was a much-needed confidence booster for Chloe, who was "knocked down" by a vehicle years ago.

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