A gentleman who successfully bagged his BSc in Marine Science at the University of Ghana has been unable to find himself a job He, therefore, took to the streets of
Accra holding a placard in his hand to plead with the public for an opportunity His stance caught the eye of a man who decided to take a picture and share it on social media for the young man to get help
Isaac Kwame Addae, a young man who studied Marine Science at the University of Ghana was able to graduate successfully but has not been able to get himself a job.
Not knowing what to do next, he decided to design a placard that reads:
“Please I need a job. Isaac Kwame Addae. BSc. Marine Science. University of Ghana. 0245230535”.
hat Ghanaians are saying When the post surfaced online, social media users from Ghana could not keep their reactions to themselves as thousands of them rushed into the comment section of @Saddickadams, the poster, to reveal their thoughts.
Below were some highlights gathered by YEN.com.gh
Eiii so to find a job in Ghana after even graduating tertiary with some good results, you still have to go through this stress before it touches the heart of a good samaritan wow. God help him and help us all
Who even encourages them to do such programs or going to Legon uni is an achievement in this country
Marine science? Even maame water will not employ you.. unless u turn life guard for Labadi beach
See the post below
Man Goes to the Street With Placard in Search of Job, Hands Out His CVs to People, Gets Over 200 Offers
In another story, a young man, David Casarez, went all out in 2018 to put a stop to his longtime unemployment. Before job hunting, the 26-year-old had failed at starting his own tech company with his bachelor’s degree in management information systems.
Following David’s failure, he slept in a bus park on a bench in Mountain View, California.
His situation was really that bad that he did not even have a roof over his end, Goal Cast reports.
In addition to the sign, he printed many CVs and went on the road. When a driver, Jasmine Scofield, saw him, he was impressed.
With David’s permission, he took his photo and posted it on social media. The driver was impressed that the homeless man was not on the street begging but hunting for jobs.
Later in the day, the unemployed man got more than 200 job offers from different companies. When his story was reshared on Instagram by @globalpositivenews, it gathered a lot of comments.