- A vibrant young lady has recently announced getting a job offer after months of negative responses
- Matiza said she finally got a job at John Hopkins University in the United States of America
- She shared that it took her nine months to secure her dream position at the Division of Infectious Diseases Department at the University's School of Medicine
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A beautiful young lady has recently taken to social media to express the joy in her heart as she finally lands her dream job.
Matiza, in a LinkedIn post, shared that she applied for various positions for nine months and got rejected by all. Her dreams were finally realised when she received an offer from the John Hopkins University School of Medicine.
The young lady went ahead to thank God for her breakthrough and referenced the bible verse 'Jeremiah 29:11'. She wrote:
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"After 9 months of applying to numerous positions and receiving job rejections, I feel so blessed to announce that I started my dream post-baccalaureate research position in the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future”
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Halala: Mzansi inspired by a woman who quit a job of 16 years to become Covid19 nurse
Looking at other inspiring posts, Briefly News published that Frieda Staebler is another example of perseverance and faith.
The Cape Town-based woman says she worked in a factory for more than 15 years and never gave up on her dream to become a nurse. Staebler’s story is documented on Facebook via the Heroes of Grootte Schuur and it has seriously inspired many South Africans.
The stunning woman says she is now working in the Covid-19 ward.
@Faith Jensen said:
“What an inspiration you are. You definitely have the true qualities that make nursing a calling. Thank you for your sacrifice and for making a difference amidst the heartache, pain and trauma all around you with long hours in the sadness you radiate the qualities of a true hero along with the others. May your days off be filled with all that refuels and refills you.”
@Naomi Gardner said:
“Oh yes, you are a hero, you and all the medics who fight for our loved ones. You all hold medals, who stand at the top of the world’s podium. Respect, courage, love and prayers to you and all who serve.”