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7-Year-Old Asks 'Google Boss' for Job, Gets a Personal Response from CEO Sundar Pichai

As they grow up, children will express a desire to work any number of places. My own son has wanted to be an astronaut, a geologist, an inventor, and a robotics engineer. My daughter is currently stuck on being a police officer, but only if she can be like Judy Hopps from Zootopia.

For seven-year-old Chloe Bridgewater, part of her list includes working at Google after seeing the beanbag chairs and other comforts employees there enjoy. In fact, she enjoyed it so much she wrote a letter to the company to express her desire to work there.

Chloe was honest in her letter, addressed to "Google Boss," by saying she also wants to work in a chocolate factory and swim in the Olympics.

Image via LinkedIn/Andy-Bridgewater

One would think that the playful corporate culture of Google would lead to a lot of kids writing letters to the company, and it may.

What sets Chloe apart is that she got a response.

Image via LinkedIn/Andy-Bridgewater

The letter, signed by Google CEO Sundar Pichai, was posted on Chloe's father's LinkedIn page and suddenly went viral.