- A young lady by the name of Adeline Aryeh has resorted to LinkedIn to share the story of her sister
- Adeline narrated that her sister completed university with a first-class but took a long time to get a job
- She shared that her sibling received constant rejections for four good years but never gave up
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A beautiful young lady by the name of Adeline Aryeh has recently taken to social media to narrate her sister's journey to landing a full time job after years of searching.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on LinkedIn had Adeline sharing that her sister graduated from the university with a first-class and was very confident that she would get a job right after.
She however struggled to get a job for many years due to constant rejections.
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According to the post, Adeline's sister stayed unemployed for four good years.
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The young lady revealed that through it all, her sibling stayed hopeful and trusted the process.
She prayed fervently....but days became months, months became years. She had thought her first class would work some magic. Then she got a second degree but still.....
But after 4 years of rejection, she landed what she would refer to as “a dream job”. Then She believed the scripture that said “I will restore unto you the years that the locust ate”
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a beautiful young lady recently took 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.
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.
The young lady went ahead to thank God for her breakthrough and referenced the bible verse 'Jeremiah 29:11'.
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