On The Jobs Training. Already A World-Class showjumper, Steve Jobs’ Daughter Eve Launches Her Modeling Career.

Eve Jobs arrives at the EIF Presents: XQ Super School Live on Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 in Santa Monica, Calif. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

At 22, Eve Jobs already has sampled dozens of career opportunities but now she’s narrowed her focus. The youngest daughter of the late Steve Jobs is working for the beauty company Glossier, according to Vanity Fair. Eve Jobs posted photos on Instagram last week of a bathtub photoshoot.

Jobs is a major part of Glossier’s holiday ad campaign, with the photos including sport-themed eye black and posing in the bath while holding a glass of rosé.

On her Instagram account, Jobs thanked the brand and its founder, Emily Weiss. “Biggest thanks to @emilyweiss & everyone at @glossier ! Go check out the collection.” Her father, who co-founded Apple, died of pancreatic cancer in October 2011.

For Eve, this gig isn’t the only thing she has working in her favor. She’s on the path to a degree at Stanford University, according to a CNBC report; she is a world-class showjumper, according to Horse Sport magazine; and she’s made her mark doing what many children of celebrities do these days, social media influencer. Her family is worth more than $20 billion, according to Forbes.

Even with her modeling success, she is likely to continue as a showjumper. Jobs was ranked fifth on the 2019 list of the top 1,000 riders under 25 in the world. “I was first put on a pony at two years old, but didn’t actually start really riding until I was about six,” Jobs told Horse Sport. “I have always had a love and appreciation for animals and I think that passion was evident pretty early on.”

According to MSN, Eve’s oldest sister, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, is a successful writer; her brother Reed is working to accelerate cancer research; and her sister Erin studied architecture in college.

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