- A lady, Funmilayo Ibiteye, was massively celebrated online after she revealed she is now working as a LindkedIn's data scientist
- Funmilayo said that getting the new role was a big one for her as she had always used the organisation's platform
- To celebrate the feat, the lady posted a picture of a new workspace that has the logo of the company on almost all visible items
A young lady, Funmilayo Ibiteye, has taken to LinkedIn to celebrate getting a new job as a data scientist.
Sharing her story, the young lady said LinkedIn has always been a platform she got most of her jobs from.
From a LinkedIn user to an employee
Funmilayo added that she is super proud to finally be a part of an organisation that has contributed so much to her career over the years.
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A part of her post read:
“They have impacted me personally as a user and now, I get to work on projects that would impact other members.”
The lady added that she is very grateful for an opportunity to work with such a great company as she looks forward to a future filled with greatness.
A photo she shared has almost everything in her workspace branded with the company logo. As at the time of writing this report, her post has over 2,000 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions to her post below:
Stevenson Onyeji said:
Shodiya Taoreed said:
Dr. Sheriff Alabi said:
"Congrats, Funmilayo. More grace and blessings and very best wishes in your new role."
Imoh Anselem said:
"Happy Stuff I love to see!"
Solomzi Foloti said:
"Congratulations Sis Funmilayo."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported a South African woman has helped another local lady to get a permanent job and is a true inspiration on social media.
@MetjahTebogo is receiving all the best wishes for her endeavours as she displays sincere generosity to fight joblessness.
The young woman’s selflessness in getting jobs for her peers has attracted Briefly News’ attention and we compiled a few reactions.
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