- An educated guy based in the North West province is busy with his brick-making business but he still hopes to get a job
- The ambitious man took to social media to share his plight and he is receiving all the support in terms of focusing on his business rather than looking for a job
- @MosweunyaneTona says he has an Honours degree in administration and industrial relations but remains jobless and hustles to buy data
Mosweunyane Tona says he is struggling to get a job but he is keeping himself busy by making bricks. The ambitious and proud guy says he has a Bachelor in Administration and Honours in Industrial Relations but he is unemployed.
The young guy took to social media to share his story and asked his followers to retweet with the aim of attracting a future employer. South Africans are reacting to his plight and some are prepared to help him.
The post reads:
“If you in Limpopo my brother keep pushing go join Limpopo Houses on Facebook. This work is guaranteed more in Limpopo. The industry is growing. All the best.”
“Check if you can't apply NYDA so they can buy you machinery to do bricks. So in the meantime while waiting you can grow..”
@RealWealth Coach said:
“If I was in your position, I would destroy my CV and focus on this empire right here, unless if you hate it. But even if I hated it, I would still focus on growing it and then do what I love the most within it. Being an employee is not always the best of options.”
“I think you're on the right track. Why would you want to work for someone else when you have a thing going for yourself...? 5 years from now you'll be better than most employees. There's lots of money in what you're currently doing.”
“Money is money bro. Do what u gotta do to get that paper.”
“Please check your inbox. Sent out your CV right away.”
“In such great qualifications instead of looking for a job I will declare myself as employed.”
Unemployed accountant sells cookies to make ends meet, SA shows support
In a related article, Briefly News reported that a local woman is reaching out to South Africans in an effort to gain support for her small business. The qualified financial accountant has struggled to find work but found an inventive way to make money during these difficult times by selling baked goods.
Heading online, @Tsona31433828 shared her story with Mzansi:
"I'm a qualified financial accountant but due to not getting a job, I make the most with what I have. I cook and bake. I am a street vendor around Vanderbijlpark CW5. Selling baked goods and plates and I also cook for different occasions. Any support will be appreciated," she captioned the post.
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