The 19-year-old who turned down $5,000 from Elon Musk to stop tracking his private jet has gotten a job offer out of the viral saga

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The teen who went viral for tracking Elon Musk's private jet got a job offer out of the saga.

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The New York Post said Jack Sweeney was offered work with Stratos Jet Charters.

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Musk previously offered Sweeney $5,000 to shut down the account and has since blocked the teen.

The teen who went viral for tracking Elon Musk's private jet on Twitter has gotten a job offer out of that pursuit

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Jack Sweeney, 19, has been offered work with the Orlando, Florida, private-charter-flight company Stratos Jet Charters, the New York Post first reported Tuesday.

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"It was pretty cool. They're UCF alumni, so it's pretty interesting," Sweeney told the Post of the job opportunity.

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Stratos President and CEO Joel Thomas told the Post the company offered Sweeney work on its development team after seeing his "creativity" in starting the Twitter account Elon Musk's Jet.

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Thomas confirmed to Insider that the company reached out to Sweeney about employment.

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Understanding that he is currently enrolled at UCF, Stratos is happy to work with him on a project basis, part time, or internship to help him further his educational goals."

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