- A popular South African Twitter user by the name of Koshiek Karan shared some amazing advice for job seekers
- Koshiek encouraged job seekers to continue applying for jobs throughout the festive season and not to wait for the new year
- South Africans thanked Koshiek for his amazing advice and used his tweet as "a sign" to continue with their applications
Koshiek Karan (@iamkoshiek on Twitter) shared some sound advice on the social networking site recently. Koshiek advised people to still apply for jobs, even though we have just entered the week of Christmas.
The popular tweep stated that many people tend to push their "new starts" to the upcoming year. He said that it still a great time to "secure an edge" by taking a few minutes out of your week to submit a job application.
Koshiek's advice seemed to be very well received by many South African tweeps who tried their best to share his advice by liking and retweeting his post as much as possible.
Take a look at Koshiek's tweets below:
Below are just a few of the responses Koshiek received from SAns:
"Started in November but was starting to give up. This was the sign I needed to get back at it and apply again."
"I was actually going to start after the new year but after this, I'm dedicating this week to send all those applications."
"This is so true. The best time to start is always now."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on Koshiek after he shared strong advice for job seekers. @iamkoshiek advised that people should humble themselves and speak with respect to everyone in an association with the same amount of respect.
"People with the biggest potential to change your life aren't the guys in fancy suits holding self-important titles. It's the person at the front desk, the barista, the person next to you on a plane, someone you meet at a party. Everyone has something important to offer."
The tweet soon blew up as people started sharing their thoughts:
@AndreBothmaTax said in response to Koshiek's stellar advice:
"Reminds me of a quote: Assume the person you're speaking to knows something you don't."
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