- A Twitter user shared a photo of an unemployed law graduate
- The graduate held a sign along a street appealing for a job
- She said she also has one year of experience in the private sector
In a desperate move, an unemployed law graduate recently took to the streets with a sign appealing for a job.
A Twitter user, Gama Macerick, shared a photo of the unnamed graduate recently, Briefly.co.za learned.
In her sign, the young lady revealed that in addition to her degree, she has one year of experience in the private sector. She also has a certificate in computer literacy.
The sign displayed her cellphone number for people to contact her to assist. In his tweet, Gama also appealed for his followers to help the graduate.
South African tweeps retweeted Gama's tweet over 5,200 times in a bid to spread awareness. See some of their reactions below.
Much has been said about South Africa's high unemployment rate, particularly among the youth.
Recently, Briefly.co.za highlighted the story of an unemployed doctoral graduate who finally got an internship with the City of Cape Town.
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