- Former YoTV presenter Merica Monamodi shared how much her career has changed for the better after a complete career change
- Merica Monamodi worked for the Urban Brew production company at YoTV and shared how much her salary improved since leaving
- Taking to her Twitter, Merica Monamodi shared how she has made a major career change that allows her to travel all she wants
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Merica Monamodi would be a familiar face for those who grew up with YoTV. The former TV presenter took a completely different career path as she entered adulthood and said how well everything is going for her.
Merica Monamodi became a teacher after her stint on YoTV in 2008. Merica Monamodi shared her journey to becoming an English teacher on a global scale.
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What does former YoTV presenter Merica Monamodi do now?
Merica Monamodi's Youtube channel boats 53,000 subscribers, and she shares content about teaching English. The professional teacher shares her tips for travelling and teaching in foreign countries with her subscribers.
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Merica expressed how well she is doing while teaching English abroad as she tweeted her past salary in comparison. Merica wrote that she was earning R15 000 a month at Urban Brew, the production company behind YoTV. Merica's tweet hinted that she makes more per month now as she recommends everyone should teach overseas.
Many we're eager to find out more about where she got the opportunity. Others had jokes that only heartbreak would make them teach English overseas.
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"Inspo and I'd also call them out ."
"Absolutely, I've been to over 20 countries and counting. Teaching changed my life. Started working at a Billabong store in SA now I'm in Phuket️."
I"'m waiting for my heartbreak ."
"I would advise any unemployed graduate to really consider this. I just wish I had the financial capacity to sponsor even just one person with the resources to do this. But one day ke tlo popa and bless a stranger ."
“Won’t He do it”: Lady lands new job in new city, SA celebrates her fresh start
Briefly News previously reported that 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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Source: Briefly News