Some of the most successful and most influential men that we have today did not start big and accomplished. Rather, they started out as nobodies who had to do what everyone else has to do to find a job, make a résumé.

Sergey Brin, who co-founded Google with Larry Page, is a billionaire who owns a 16 percent stake at one of the world's most popular and successful internet companies. But, like most people, he was not exempt from making a résumé at some point in his life.

An old copy of Brin's résumé has surfaced on the Web. The résumé showcased Brin's early works, researches and hacks before he and Page started Google in 1998. Among Brin's works that he identified in his résumé is a movie-rating project that can help users find movies that they like based on the recommendations of other users with similar taste.

"A new project I have just started is going to generate personalized movie ratings for users. The way it works is as follows. You rate the movies you have seen. Then the system finds other users with similar tastes to extrapolate how much you will like some other movies. It is currently written entirely in Python," Sergey described of his movie ratings project.

What is most notable about the document though is not the information that is readily available to the reader's eyes. The web-based document actually contains buried information in the HTML code, where Brin wrote a rather amusing objective that reflects an apparent desire to work in a large office and get well compensated for a not-so-stressful job.

"Objective: A large office, good pay, and very little work. Frequent expense-account trips to exotic lands would be a plus," Brin coded in his résumé.

Brin's career objectives have more than taken off with Google while they were still at Stanford University. Brin, whose family emigrated to the United States from Soviet Union when he was six-years-old, is currently worth $ 31.8 billion and while he once longed for an employer that would shoulder frequent trips to exotic lands, he now co-owns a customized Boeing 767-200 and a Dornier Alpha Jet with Page.

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