Woman Bags First Job Soon After Graduating, Shows Off Her Typical Day at Work in a TikTok Video

Woman Bags First Job Soon After Graduating, Shows Off Her Typical Day at Work in a TikTok Video

  • A TikTok user shared a peek into her daily routine as an accountant with her followers
  • Her day at the office involves several tasks, including responding to emails and attending meetings
  • The online community responded to her video, praising her for securing a job so soon after graduation
  • The young lady had a chat with Briefly News about her journey and encouraged her peers not to throw the towel
A recent BCom graduate bagged her first corporate job and she showed off a normal day at office.
A young lady showed off her regular day at work in a TikTok video. Images/ @phumzsnaps
Source: TikTok

A woman ended 2023 on a high note.

@phumzsnaps bagged a Bcom Accounting degree from Wits and further bagged herself a job, becoming an accounting girlie.

Take a glimpse at an accountant's typical day

In a TikTok video, she showed her journey from graduation to being a corporate woman.

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Her career includes attending to emails and attending team meetings.

The young woman speaks to Briefly News

Speaking to Briefly News, Phumzile said she had always wanted to work in a bank, and accounting seemed to be the way to make that possible. After matric, she got a full bursary that covered her undergrad fees.

The young lady shared what she enjoys about her work and further revealed her plans for the future.

"What I enjoy about my job is that I can see what I have studied in my work. I get to actually apply my own theoretical knowledge from school, and learning something new every day makes me happy.
"My motto for the new year is 'I can do it all'. I have recently registered to further my studies with the hopes of pursuing CA(SA) while working to pay for my own studies. I can do it all, work, study & love life!"

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TikTok users congratulated the lady on her achievement

The video got over 35k views. TikTokkers congratulated her on her accomplishment as an accountant.

@Millicent_Thando_ Masuku♥️ commented:

"not me being focused on your beauty, your so beautiful keh ma❤❤."

@S A M U K E L O said:

"Sbwl sana❤️."

@tatendamautsa8 commented:

"I feel motivated now..imma finish my degree and get that job, I got this, thank God I saw this all my!!!"

@avuyamati shared:

"I love seeing black women in finance ."

@Funniest B from de blockwrote:

"At least you bagged a job."

@TheOne commented:

"Finance my heart ."

@Mpho Reginald said:

"How I wish I could also get employed."

Woman reveals a day in her life as a financial accountant

In another story, Briefly News reported about a woman who shared her day as a financial accountant with Mzansi.

In a captivating video quickly gaining popularity, this financial whiz, TikTok user @tiisetsom1, shared her work experiences, challenges, and triumphs.

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The video captures the essence of her profession, showcasing tasks such as financial analysis, budgeting, and reconciling accounts. With a touch of creativity and humour, she presents complex concepts in a relatable way, making finance more accessible to many.

Through her TikTok journey, viewers witnessed the inner workings of a financial accountant's life and gained valuable insight into the career.

Peeps flocked to the comment section and asked the content creator for more posts like this, and many said they needed more information.

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Source: Briefly News

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Sinothando Siyolo (Editor) Sinothando Siyolo is a Human Interest Writer at Briefly News. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT), with majors in Media and Writing, Politics and Governance. Before joining Briefly, Sinothando worked as a Content Producer for Hibari Media and as a News Content Producer for The South African (TSA). He has the ability to write across various sections - News, Human Interest, Politics, Entertainment, and Business. He joined Briefly in 2023. You can contact Sinothando at s2pinyana@gmail.com