Woman Ecstatic After Securing Permanent Employment: "Time to Shine"

Woman Ecstatic After Securing Permanent Employment: "Time to Shine"

- Nondumiso Zuma took to Twitter to share that she recently landed a permanent job

- Her short tweet of excitement gained a massive 11 000 likes in less than a day

- Nondumiso's great news is motivating others out there who are applying for jobs

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Celebrations are in order for Nondumiso Zuma as she shared some fantastic news online. She just landed a permanent job and could not be happier. Nondumiso shared the news in a short and simple tweet that has already gained over 11 000 likes on Twitter.

The global pandemic has caused quite a few job losses over the last year so receiving news of permanent employment is beyond amazing. Nondumiso's replies section is full of job-seeking hopefuls who are thanking her for sharing her success.

Those who are unemployed are using her win as motivation.

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Woman, estatic, securing permenant employment

Nondumiso could not be more excited after she received the news that she successfully scored a permanent job. Image: @ndu_zuma
Source: Twitter

Take a look at her tweet below:

Below are just a few of the sweet responses she received:

@Basic_KG said:

"Congratulations. Good news on my TL."

@AcademyJobs wrote:

"Congratulations that's huge!!!"

@myemancipation tweeted:

"Praise the Lord, it's your time to shine and be a blessing to yourself and your family."

@Spheriez responded with:

"Congratulations lovey. What a way to enter the new year! God is good."

@NeiRoyal shared:

"Congratulations that's the only valid. God of Nondumiso locate me too."

@Mthulisi_Ntsele added

"Congratulations, hold it tight. Jobs are scarce these days."

In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a grateful SA woman who was rewarded with a job after walking to the interview. Megan Christoffels once again headed to Facebook's #ImStaying to share yet another moving story.

This time, the young woman shared that she had been forced to walk to an interview because she had no money for taxi fare. Her determination paid off as she was called in for training the very next day.

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"Good day Stayers. So yesterday I had an interview but at 1st I told myself I can't go to this interview because I had no taxi fare. I had a conversation with myself telling myself why I need this job and decided to walk.
"When I got to the place the reception lady asked if I was fine because I was sweating and a bit hot. I told her I was fine and asked her if I could use the bathroom. I refreshed myself and went to wait for my turn. Tomorrow I start a 7-day training," she wrote happily.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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