- A stunning young lady shared a post online asking peeps to assist her in finding a job
- The newly-qualified teacher shared the subjects she has majored in teaching in the post
- South Africans came through with advice and tons of different job notices they've seen
When South Africans come together for a good cause, they're able to do much more than one would think. @getjiese is a newly qualified teacher majoring in Life Orientation, business studies and economic management sciences (EMS).
She shared a post on Twitter asking peeps to help her get a job. @getjiese said she doesn't mind working as a teacher or a teacher's assistant. She asked tweeps to send her a direct message if they know of any positions.
That's when Saffas showed the true spirit of Ubuntu by coming through with multiple teaching job application forms and adverts.
View @getjiese's plea for a job below:
Briefly.co.za compiled just a few of the sweet responses and help she received from her tweet. Read some of them below:
"You'll get one pretty soon, before the end of this term. Don't forget God after."
"I've seen something that relates to teaching and I think I "liked" it if I find it I will tag you in it. I just couldn't remember your handle. Le wena you took forever to come online maan."
"Google Curro vacancies, Sparks schools vacancies and ISASA vacancies. You can't be a teacher assistant because you are a qualified teacher. Those days are over."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on an unemployed man who shared a plea for help online. @AgabaAziz is using social media to assist him with getting a job. Agaba shared two images of himself holding a sign with all his details and qualifications to Twitter. Agaba has a Bachelor's degree in business statistics.
Looking at Agaba's Twitter profile, he seems to have over 14 000 followers. Part of his sign read: 'Kindly get me a job'. He added two cellphone numbers as well as his email address. At the bottom right, Agaba shared a quote asking people to help secure his future.
In a tweet response, Agaba added that he has experience in qualitative and quantitative research and stated that any job to do with accounting or finance would be appreciated.
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