Lady berates unemployed youth who rescheduled a job interview with her

Lady berates unemployed youth who rescheduled a job interview with her

With the high rate of unemployment that is currently recorded in some countries, a job seeker has now lost his opportunity to be gainfully employed. A prospective employer took to social media to recount her experience with the young man.

A Twitter user identified as Lillian Bususu recently took to her Twitter page to narrate her experience with an unemployed youth that she had given a telephone call.

According to the lady who tweeted from Johannesburg, South Africa, she placed the call through to invite the job seeker for an interview. The young man had in turn responded by saying he was busy and asked that the interview should be rescheduled for a later date.

Bususu had afterwards taken to her Twitter to dismiss the young man who she had described as being entitled. She went on to stress that with the high rate of unemployment, an interview should not be taken with such light hands. See her tweet below:

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However, some of her followers were not in agreement with her as they had opined that the right thing for the lady to do was to grant the interview at any time the jobless youth could have made the appointment.

See some reactions below:

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The lady's followers went on to say the fact that a person is unemployed does not mean they stay at home doing nothing with their lives. A particular follower disclosed some of the tasks she had to undertake while she was awaiting employment.

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Meanwhile, had previously gathered the report of a Nigerian agriculturist, Chief Chidike Ukoh, who had expressed his worries at the increasing rate of unemployment in the country. He noted that the reason for the situation was because people in the helms of power had forgotten the country’s top priorities. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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