Tech CEOs’ first jobs: Licorice maker, housekeeper, scuba diver and more

Before their corporate jobs, many tech CEOs got their hands dirty, scrubbing oils stains off asphalt, cleaning bathrooms, and shoveling monkey cages. Here are their stories.

By , Network World |  IT Management, slideshow, Tech CEO's

“As an assistant to my dad's chemical company, I did whatever was needed. One of my main jobs was to drive around and test chemicals for our customers, which was part of their full service package. I also quickly became the company’s go-to technical resource, launching our first website and implementing Salesforce.com for the company,” Duggan says. “While I quickly decided I wasn’t cut out for manual labor, I enjoyed the idea of being a knowledge worker, and being able to grow a company from nothing.”

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