- An elated young woman took to social media to announce the latest development in her career and personal life
- The Rhodes University graduate revealed that she was offered a new job in a new city and expressed her gratitude to God
- Her fresh start moved and inspired many Mzansi netizens, who flooded her Twitter post with congratulations
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A young South African woman took to social media to share the amazing life-changing news she received. In a tweet, @sdungubane disclosed that she got a new job in a new city.
In a Twitter post, the Rhodes University graduate wrote:
“Oh, guys I got the job. A new job, a new city, a fresh start. Won’t He do it.”
Getting out of a familiar environment and the “comfort zone” is a great way to expand your personality and character and grow in your career. For @sdungubane, this is a welcome change and an exciting opportunity.
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Younger workers are usually not yet firmly rooted in a region and want to develop further. They are typically more accustomed to reorienting themselves geographically, as adequate employers are usually not found in the same city.
“This is the best feeling ever, new city, new place, new everything. Congrats to you, sis.”
“Congratulations babe, I am also starting a new job, new city, new furniture kore I feel blessed.”
“Congratulations to you too sweetheart.”
“Oh, my love, congratulations, babe! Please can we link once you’re all settled.”
“Congrats babes, can't wait to post a similar tweet I'm currently job searching after my contract ended, really hoping for a fresh start in a completely different province.”
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“Congratulations beautiful you’re so deserving! I wish you all the best.”
“Would you look at that so proud of you friend.”
Man celebrates landing new job and moving to Joburg
In another story, Briefly News reported that Smangaliso Mkhwanazi took to social media to celebrate bagging a new job. The Durban-based forensic Investigator will soon be jetting off to Johannesburg to start his new life and new employment.
The former Durban University of Technology lecturer excitedly shared the news with his 700 followers but it soon went viral, gaining over 6 500 likes on the bluebird app. Finding a job in this economic climate is extremely difficult so South Africans did not waste time helping him celebrate.
Source: Briefly News