Getting a job is a tough thing these days because everyone needs you to be skilled in your responsibilities. Further, there’s a huge competition among people because everyone gives their best which means you need to have something special along with your skills.
Freshers who lack work experience find it really tough to get a job no matter what and where they’ve studied.
A London based guy who is a Rocket Science graduate from UCL is hunting for a job very desperately. The boy took a placard along with a message describing his educational details. Since he is a Rocket Science graduate and that too from University College London, it’s not a small thing.
A Twitter user clicked his pic and shared it on the microblogging site. While sharing the pic, she wrote-
I met Mohamed coming out of the tube at Canary Wharf this morning. He came to the UK as a child refugee and has two degrees in Space Engineering. He’s looking for a JOB IN FINANCE.
Please RT! DM me for his CV if you want to hire someone smart who thinks outside the box🙌
I met Mohamed coming out of the tube at Canary Wharf this morning. He came to the UK as a child refugee and has two degrees in Space Engineering. He's looking for a JOB IN FINANCE.
Please RT! DM me for his CV if you want to hire someone smart who thinks outside the box🙌 pic.twitter.com/cgQ1lBfBNY
— Mary Engleheart (@MaryEngleheart) August 14, 2018
You can also check the picture below-
The tweet went viral in no time and people started coming in Mohamed’s support. Have a look at some tweets-
— Sophie Williams (@sophierose233) August 15, 2018
I think this is fantastic and heartwarming. I also think it is a brilliant example of the recruitment challenge facing engineering. https://t.co/Br4LjgVhDB
— Ben Verinder (@BenVerinder) August 15, 2018
What do we want? A job for Mohamed! When do we want it? As soon as anyone has a good one. Thanks. https://t.co/0zJlNgookC
— Vix Leyton 🏴 (@PRVix) August 15, 2018
I met him yesterday, very confident and polite young man. Good luck to him! https://t.co/dSF22tnO5I
— Andrew John Hodge (@DasHodge) August 15, 2018
Why isn't he touting for a job in Scotland?
We do actual rocket science
— Mr Malky (@MrMalky) August 15, 2018
He is one of the smartest and most creative guys I know. He is not just intelligent but also has a great personality and charisma.
— Dim (@karaseh0) August 15, 2018
I'm kind of sad he's not going to be a space engineer.
— Ann Coates (@setoacnna) August 15, 2018
Well, the man appears to be really talented and a bright mind. We hope for his bright career as well.