DJ Euphonik tells those with jobs to not take employment for granted

DJ Euphonik tells those with jobs to not take employment for granted

-DJ Euphonik took to social media to give those who are still lucky enough to have jobs during this crisis a little piece of advice

- The people of Mzansi have been doing everything they can to keep their heads above water during this pandemic, but it has and is not easy

- Taking to social media, Euphonik reminded those who are still blessed enough to still be employed that being employed is not a given and should not be taken for gtranted

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DJ Euphonik aka DJ Themba took to social media to give those who are still lucky enough to have jobs during this crisis a little piece of advice.

The coronavirus pandemic has left hundreds of thousands of people all over the world without an income.

Briefly.co.za saw how Euphonik took to social media to drop a little truth bomb on the fortunately employed.

As if the South African unemployment rate wasn’t already high enough, the coronavirus had to swoop in and make it even worse – times are really tough.

The people of Mzansi have been doing everything they can to keep their heads above water during this pandemic, but it has and is not easy. We are lucky enough to have the spirit of Ubuntu running deep in our veins with so many willingly helping those less fortunate than themselves.

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Taking to social media, Euphonik reminded those who are still blessed enough to still be employed that being employed is not a given and that they need to remember that.

Euphonik urged those with jobs to respect their positions and do whatever they can to contribute to their company’s growth and stability.

“If you have a job. Look after it to the best of your ability.”

Fellow celebs such as Minnie Dlamini-Jones took to the comment section to back up what Euphonik said.

Fans also took to the comment section of the post to reiterate the importance of what Euphonik said.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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