- Benedicta Tetteh, a Ghanaian lady residing in the United States has successfully risen from working as a cleaner to becoming an HR assistant
- According to the sassy lady, she had to take time off social media at a point because her job search journey had a great toll of depression on her
- However, through connecting with the right community on social media, her status has now risen to a very reputable position
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A young and sassy Ghanaian lady by the name Benedicta Tetteh has narrated how she went from being a cleaner to a respected HR assistant in the United States of America.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on her personal LinkedIn handle, Benedicta indicated that she was working as a cleaner at a warehouse with many challenges.
"I took a break from social media because I was depressed and stressed about my job search journey," she recalls.
However, the brilliant and hardworking lady said she got exposed to a community on LinkedIn and through them, a lot of opportunities opened up for her.
From being a cleaner at a warehouse, Benedicta Tetteh became a Nurse Assistant after which she now works as an HR Assistant.
"One thing I have learnt in life is if you don’t meet the right people during your journey, you would end up wasting time or losing opportunities. I am always grateful to my LinkedIn and SHRM-Atlanta family. I appreciate all the love, advice and support I got from everyone," she concluded.
In another exciting story, Veronica Ekua Mends, a Ghanaian student who just graduated from the Cape Coast Technical University emerged as the Overall Best Graduating Student and the Best Graduating Female Engineering Student.
Sharing her story with YEN.com.gh, Veronica indicated that she was initially discouraged from pursuing electrical engineering which she was selected for because they thought it would be too difficult for her as a lady.
"When I wanted to do electrical engineering, people discouraged me saying engineering is very difficult and all that. Even when I started school, a lot of people said am gonna quit my course after level 100 but I never gave up on my dreams," she recalls.
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