Unemployed graduate desperately makes plea for job on Twitter

Unemployed graduate desperately makes plea for job on Twitter

- @PhoenixChi_Lee is an unemployed graduate from Limpopo

- She hasn't had a job since graduating with a BAccScience degree in 2017

- She took to Twitter to make a desperate plea for a job

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A young unemployed graduate from Limpopo has made a desperate appeal for a job via Twitter.

In a tweet over the weekend, @PhoenixChi_Lee revealed that she's still unemployed despite graduating in 2017. She said:

Guys please help me find employment. I finished my BAccScience in 2017. Never been employed in my life. I have zero experience but I’m willing to learn to do literally anything. I need a job, anything. JHB or PTA. Pls RT this, my employer might be on your TL. Help a girl out.

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In a subsequent tweet, @PhoenixChi_Lee said she currently lives in Lebowakgomo, about 45km south of Polokwane.

She added that she will move to Johannesburg next year to increase her chances of landing a job.

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The young graduate's plea has garnered over 2,000 retweets so far as Twitter users responded positively to it.

Some of them offered her useful leads and tips that might well mean a job in the near future, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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Source: Briefly News

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