- @beveragebaby_ shared that she managed to bag a job just two and a half hours after the interview
- Her replies section packed up with congratulatory messages from proud South Africans
- @beveragebaby_'s post is truly inspiring as SAns are going through a lot due to the global pandemic
@beveragebaby_ on Twitter is inspiring South Africans after she shared that she managed to bag a job two and a half hours after the interview. Her amazing news comes during a difficult time in the world.
Landing a job in this economical climate is a feat and the congratulatory messages @beveragebaby_'s has been receiving is well deserved.
Her post gained over 4 000 likes on the microblogging app with over 200 retweets and quote tweets.
View her inspiring tweet below:
"Congratulations and God bless."
"Yho that was an exam."
@_Gugu_SS responded with:
"OMG Congratulations ngwana papa. You deserve it!"
@TsholoMokotsi12 replied with:
"Congratulations, my love!!! I am soooo proud of you!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Mzansi man who celebrated his new job after being unemployed for ten hard years. According to his post, a professional profile on LinkedIn helped him secure a great job in the North of Johannesburg.
An ecstatic @realkamo_ took to Twitter to share the news of his new job as a junior administrator in a Sandton company. In the heartwarming and inspirational post, he also credits God for his luck turning around the way it has.
"I have been unemployed for 10 years and today I got a job with a 'Junior Administrator' in Sandton. Guys Modimo wa phela," he wrote, clearly elated about his new job.
Locals absolutely loved the good news. They reacted to the post over 14 thousand times. Many also took to the comment section to congratulate the man and wish him well at his new Sandton job.
@KgomotsoTlhapan said in response to the good news:
"The aim is never to give up, look 10 years later your patience paid off. Patience is a virtue really, it may be difficult to find work in our country based on the dire economy but one must never loose hope. Remain positive always, things do change. All the best."
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