Yet another desperate graduate begs for a job by the roadside

Yet another desperate graduate begs for a job by the roadside

- A job seeker was pictured by the roadside asking for a job

- The image found its way to Twitter, where tweeps offered suggestions

- The unnamed lady has several qualifications

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A Twitter user has shared yet another picture of a desperate graduate begging for a job on the side of a road.

Dee Mokoena posted the image on 10 September, Briefly.co.za gathered. It shows the graduate holding a placard that displayed her qualifications.

The unnamed lady holds a BA in Criminal Justice, BA (Hons) in Criminology, BTech in Forensic Investigation, and a Diploma in Computer Literacy.

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It's unclear where the graduate is located. However, tweeps were quick to retweet the image over 2,000 times in a bid to publicise her plight.

They also offered several suggestions of where the graduate could focus her job search on.

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Graduates are resorting to desperate measures as unemployment levels rise in South Africa.

Briefly.co.za recently covered the story of an unemployed law graduate who similarly took to the streets with a sign appealing for a job.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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