Man stands with sign asking for work at traffic light, lands job

Man stands with sign asking for work at traffic light, lands job

A man was photographed standing at a traffic light, holding a sign that asked for work. An update to the story revealed he had been successful in his job hunt.

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A man, who has been identified as Neels, took to the streets to find a job. His story was shared on Twitter by a man, Chippie, who goes by the handle @ChippieViz.

A photo shows Neels standing with a sign reading:

"I am looking for a driver job. Driver code 14 PDP. Do Cross Border."
Man stands with sign asking for work at traffic light, lands job

Man stands with sign asking for work at traffic light, lands job. Photo credit: @ChippieViz/Twitter.
Source: Facebook

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A day after posting the photo online, Chippie gave an update, revealing Neels had been employed.

"Neels was not at the robot this morning... he was AT WORK! He took up a post in Kempton Park this morning. He is so grateful to every person who shared, commented, called and stopped to chat. He said, 'Even Europa called, can you believe it?' " he said.
Chippie added: "Thank you from the bottom of my heart to each and every soul who played a part in this happy ending. You are beautiful."

In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rallied together to help a security guard begging at traffic light.

A video has been shared on social media showing a security guard begging for food and a job at a traffic light. He was holding his qualifications with him in the hopes that someone would offer him a job.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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