- A local BCom graduate has Mzansi heartbroken after sharing her struggles with unemployment
- The woman's story was shared by Twitter 'celeb' Man's NOT Barry Roux in a touching post
- Mzansi was definitely in their feelings after watching the young graduate suffer from unemployment and took to the comments section to share their thoughts
A local graduate's desperate plea for work has Mzansi feeling a little heartbroken. The young woman is an accomplished accounting graduate but still seems to have trouble finding a job.
Her touching story was shared by Twitter user @advovolicious who selflessly encouraged his many followers to share the young woman's details, just in case a potential employer might be looking.
"If you come across this please rt for her as her bosses might be in your tl," he generously posted.
The heartbreaking post definitely had Mzansi disappointed at the nation's rising state of unemployment but some more encouraging users shared helpful tips for the struggling graduate.
Check out some of their comments below:
@ndlangamandla_ shared some difficult advice:
"This degree is flooded. That's why they don't get employed. My sister has been sitting with her BCom Accounting degree from UJ too. She graduated last year... I honestly feel like she should switch careers altogether."
@MasefelaE encouragingly said:
"Tell your sister to register CTA. Having only a degree is not enough these days. Competition is high. Unfortunately, companies want CTA now."
"Let's help the qualified African child out."
"...you may want to suggest that she posts another picture of herself but with a smile?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that in the age of exhausting nine-to-fives, one man's generous boss definitely has Mzansi jealous after letting the young man take off work early for feeling tired. The lucky employee took to Twitter to share the exciting news.
"Not my boss telling me to go home because I look tired," @MathabaJorge captioned the thankful post.
While some social media users wished for one such caring boss, others definitely warned the man against taking the bait. According to previous tweets by @MathabaJorge, the young man had just received a warning from work only two weeks before.
Many suspicious users were concerned the kind offer may have been a test of commitment. Check out some of the comments below:
@Xolani_khabazel shared some advice:
"Go home ...you got a green light from your boss man."
@Wolf_Luna28 had a stark warning:
"Are you going home vele? Might be a trap wena..."
@Deartroublegal hilariously said:
"You have such a lovely boss, please tell me you are gone already."
"Trap trap trap... Show some energy there!"
"You have an awesome boss!"
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