Woman Who Once Worked As Housegirl Succeeds in Life, Bags Degree, Gets Better Job

Woman Who Once Worked As Housegirl Succeeds in Life, Bags Degree, Gets Better Job

  • A hardworking woman, Jean Mhlanga, has said that she was many years ago a maid before her life turned around
  • Jean progressed in life despite where she started from to get a degree and a post-graduate diploma in health safety
  • Many people said her story of patience is a motivating one as they commended her hardworking spirit

A woman has gone on LinkedIn to narrate how she rose from grass to grace over the years. Jean revealed that she once worked as a maid.

Eight years after that time in her life, the woman got her degree in managing occupational health and safety and also a diploma in management.

Jean's success story is inspiring.
She used to work as a maid. Photo source: LinkedIn/Jean Mhlanga
Source: UGC

Always work hard

Aside from those qualifications, she is also studying for her MBA. Jean said:

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“Working hard has never been an option.”

The woman revealed that her story has been marked by many kinds of emotions as she described hers as a “rich story”.

A photo she shared shows her wearing a helmet at a place that looks like a project site. Her story inspired many people online.

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions from people:

Nobuhle C. Mashiya said:

"Congratulations. God is great."

Chipo Lucy Ncube said:

"Well done."

Charles Karichi said:

"Love this the sky is the limit my sista."

Engr. Remigius Opara said:

"This is awesome. Inspiring my dear. Keep the ball rolling."

Once a toilet cleaner

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady, Souadou Niang, who started out in life as a toilet cleaner is now the owner of a five-star hotel that has 60 people working for her.

The woman said that she was born and raised in Dakar, Senegal. At the age of 18, she moved to America where she worked and studied.

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While in Washington, the lady walked past a mall she could not resist. She went inside the beautiful building and asked if there was a job vacancy.

The lady who started in a company as a cleaner said that her ambition was to be a part of the management. Souadou worked with the company for 10 years. After her degree, she returned to the same place and became a part of the management she dreamt of joining years ago.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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