- A 63-year-old British man has made headlines after he stood outside a train station with a sign and stack of CVs
- Trevor Walford has since received an influx of messages on social media after posting about the positivity he received for his determination
- People took to social media to congratulate Trevor on his hard work and positive attitude
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A 63-year-old British man has secured a job after waiting outside a train station holding a sign and giving out his CV. Clad in a full suit with a big smile, Trevor Walford, held up a sign with the words "I would like to work. Please feel free to take a CV."
According to BBC, Walford worked at Buckingham Palace as a butler from the age of 15 years old. He has had a long career in the hospitality industry and for the past 16 years worked as a restaurant manager aboard a cruise ship.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown, Trevor had unfortunately lost his job. Thanks to his determination, he has received an influx of messages on social media with job offers. Trevor took to social media to talk about his experience and has since received two job interviews.
Legit.ng took to social media to see what people were saying about Trevor underneath the article from the BBC.
"Persistence pays off, well done."
"Thrilled to see this has worked for you. You are an asset to any employer and today’s online application culture does not let people see this. Good luck."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man with the Twitter name, Chris Sean, said that learning how to code saved his life.
In a post on the micro-messaging site, he chronologically gave a summary of how his life has been. Sean said five years ago, he was very homeless. Years after that, his situation slightly improved as he started staying in a closet.
In 2018, he upgraded and started living in a master bedroom. 2019 was better as he officially moved into his first real apartment.
On Friday, September 4, Sean said that he would be moving into his first house in some weeks’ time, and on Saturday, September 5, he would buy a brand new car. The man said learning how to code really rebranded his life.
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