- A young engineer is looking for employment, and he has resulted to begging at a robot out of desperation
- He goes by the social media handle @mcimbi_sz and took to his feed to share pictures in desperation of finding a job
- People took to the comment section to express their sadness and to wish this young man luck in finding employment
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Jobs are scares in Mzansi, even for the qualified. A young engineer has resulted to standing at traffic lights in hopes of finding a job.
Unemployment rates are through the roof and the current global pandemic has only made things harder for people in South Africa.
He has six months’ work experience and a National Diploma in Civil Engineering and is desperate for employment of any sort.
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“Please help a brother get a job Retweet until it reaches the right people Thank you!”
People’s hearts break for this young man
While man people are in desperate need of jobs, it does not make it easier to see another suffering like this.
Many took to the comment section of the young man’s post to express their sadness and to wish him luck in finding employment. Times are truly though.
Take a look at some of the comments
“What really went wrong in this beautiful country???”
“Volunteering in the nearest construction site will actually increase his experience as well getting contacts within the game, the only downfall is that he may or may not get the stipend.”
36-year-old physically challenged man abandoned by his parents smiles again as he receives cash from strangers
“Seeing this makes me wonder where the world is going. People continue to graduate but after that there's no more #GodSpeed #God.”
“Beauty with brains”: Stunning lady graduates with a degree in BCom accounting after 18 months
The stunning Veronica Rabuli is a fresh new graduate who is armed with an impressive BCom accounting degree. The young lady's accomplishment was shared by the popular social media group, Varsity World, and Mzansi responded with praise and well-wishes, reported YEN.com.gh.
Veronica looked beautiful on her big day as struck a confident pose and was even gifted a bouquet of flowers.
In the post, the group quoted the new graduate:
"A long awaited celebration - 18 months later and I finally got the opportunity to walk down that stage and get what's mine. It has truly been an honour, thank you University of the Witwatersrand."
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