Young woman celebrates as she joins Google, social media reacts

Young woman celebrates as she joins Google, social media reacts

- A young woman, Diksha Thakur, has celebrated on social media after getting employed by Google

- Diksha, who shared the good news on her LinkedIn page, said she joined Google as a software engineer

- Well-wishers flooded the comment section of the young woman's post to congratulate her

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A young woman identified as Diksha Thakur has taken to social media to celebrate her win after she got employed by Google as a software engineer.

Making the disclosure on LinkedIn, Diksha expressed gratitude to her recruiter, Trevor Whately, for supporting her through the hiring process.

Young woman celebrates as she joins Google, social media reacts
Young woman celebrates as she joins Google, social media reacts/ Photo credit: Diksha Thakur/LinkedIn
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In her words:

"Dreams do come true!
"I am excited to share that I have joined Google as Software Engineer. I am thankful to my recruiter Trevor Whately for supporting me through the hiring process.
"I also want to take this opportunity to thank my team at Lyft for a year full of learning. Here's to making a positive impact and to being a Noogler!"

LinkedIn users took to the comment section to congratulate the young woman.

Mannu Kundu wrote:

"Congratulations Bhai."

Shani Singh commented:

"Congrats Diksha Thakur."

Ashutosh Kumar Jha said:

"Congrats for having a new professional environment in your life."

Shani Singh wrote:

"Congrats Diksha Thakur."

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In a previous report, a Nigerian lady was in a joyous mood after her dream for months finally saw the light of the day.

The lady identified as Moses Queen graduated with first class honours in chemical engineering in 2018 and completed her NYSC in 2020 but couldn't land a job.

In her Linkedln post highlighting her journey to securing this job, she said her job-hunting experience wasn't a palatable one.


Tunde Ososanya, a editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.

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