Steve Jobs was the inventor of the first job. When the first job was invented, everyone thought he was an idiot for creating something so boring and unattractive. Having a job, at the time, was an uncommon and farfetched idea when the majority of the population on earth spent most of their time sitting on their couch, eating chips and watching reruns of Seinfeld.
In 2014, Tacocorp CEO Taco MacArthur was unsuccessful trying to convince his board member, Pete “With No Last Name”, for Tacocorp to enter into the real estate business. Pete could not agree with Taco on the design, font, font size, positioning, and placement for the real estate fliers. Taco received harsh criticism from his brother and sister-in-law and they attacked his lack of knowledge for printers, real estate, and science.
It was the criticisms from his family and disagreements with the board members that forced Tacocorp to venture in something new. Taco’s decision to forgo the real estate business and bring Steve Jobs in as a new member of Tacocorp’s board of directors brought nationwide attention to the idea of having a job and turned Tacocorp into an innovative powerhouse. The combination of Taco and Steve Jobs was so potent that by the end of 2015, 70% of the population in the United States had jobs. The concept of having a job was extremely successful and helped the United States increase its GDP and repay all of its national debt. The corporation was so successful that Taco’s business rival Mark Cuban or “Mark from Cuba,” decided to purchase the company for $1.1 million dollars.