- A young South African teacher has gone viral after she started a desperate search for employment
- In a photo of the teacher shared online, she can be seen holding up cardboard asking for a job
- Many South Africans have shared their thoughts on the photo in the busy comment section of the post
Times are tough and many South Africans have embarked on desperate job searches a local teacher is one of them. A photo of the teacher has been shared on Twitter by user, @AsemahleSketile and it has since gone viral.
In the photo, the young teacher holds up a sign in which she asks for a job, she also specifies her areas of expertise which are Accounting, Economics, and also EMS. She also added her number for interested parties to contact her.
"She resides in Queenstown but is willing to relocate, please retweet," @AsemahleSketile captioned the photo.
Very soon the post received over 3.3k likes. Many locals also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read some of them below:
"It's crazy how so many old retired (and finished eating their pension payouts) teachers are being re-hired Mara young talent closed out."
"For now, look for parents he needs their kids to have extra lessons and charge them a reasonable amount."
"May she also pls make sure 2 update her LinkedIn profile n make her profile searchable for recruiters."
"Why don't you start Tutorial /online classes in the meantime (Just a suggestion)"
In other Briefly.co.za news, a lady, Mary Allen, has taken her job-hunting frustration to LinkedIn where she narrated how she has been without employment for nine months. Mary who lives in Port Harcourt said that all the money she had saved up is fast running out as there are no sources of income.
The lady disclosed that at a point in those months, she told herself that if nothing turns up, she will go into driving for a taxi-hailing service. Mary added that she would excel in that as she is already a good driver with an amazing customer service experience.
The lady, therefore, called for help, asking people to connect her with any hire purchase dealership that could give a car on an installment payment plan. The determined Nigerian even said she does not mind relocating if she gets a car in another state.
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