South Africans unite to help differently-abled woman, who is looking for work

South Africans unite to help differently-abled woman, who is looking for work

With the unemployment so high in South Africa, people are turning to social media to try and find a job.

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And people with disabilities are finding it just as hard to find work- so one differently abled young lady took to Twitter with the hopes of finding employment.

“I am desperately looking for permanent employment. I am Differently Abled physically and have BA psychology and management Certificate,” Paulina wrote on Twitter.

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“The Gift, It Looks Good On You. Smile through hardship, walk through despair, going through is never easy, but when you get to the other side, you can finally exhale. Look back and know, GOD was walking beside you all the time,” @MinDAllMinE commented.

Despite her disability and struggle to find a job, Paulina never loses faith and she puts her trust in God.

“Life has a way of showing the world how naked, in need and helpless we can be at times. But I have since learned that God allows it so that through what we went through and are still experiencing, we can be of aid to those who are still to go through the same route,” she said.

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