- Social media users have reacted to the cover letter of a man who was desperately looking for a job
- The trending letter had a paragraph that talked about death
- The man's cover letter has received massive support from many people as they argued that he deserves an interview
It’s a story of true desperation when a jobless man decided to go an unusual route as he looks for a job to make ends meet.
This comes after a letter that is circulating on social media where an unknown job applicant decided to hilariously apply for a position.
An unidentified job seeker has written a cover letter expressing his wish to join a certain company, but the way and format he wrote the letter caught the attention of Legit.ng.
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It seems there is a particular manager that has passed away and the job-seeking man spotted an opportunity for him to land his dream job.
@ChristoThurston has shared the letter on social media and it has attracted humourous reactions.
“Are you ready for your date, please don't be late for our sake.”
“They better hire this person.”
"I have caught you red-handed."
“As for the copy of the death certificate.”
“I can relate. I used to assume when someone dies or resigns immediately the position becomes available. Mathina azwongo tou ralo.”
“This is absolutely diligent. Her determination and perseverance are amazing She definitely deserves the job.”
“These are really desperate times I tell you.”
“LoL, this one deserves the Job (so much detailed background check) and akadingi ne- interview.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a frustrated master's degree holder had hit the street with cardboard in search of employment.
Photos of her 'public pitch' were shared by a man with the Twitter handle @chrisishiguzo who said that he was touched by the lady's bold move. The tweep said though he knows there are many in her situation, he wants people to help the lady by spreading her photos.
According to the information on the lady's cardboard, she has a degree in mass communication and a master's degree in marketing communication.