A Buenos Aires taxi driver he had a happy idea to help his daughter get a job. The man decided paste the resume of the young woman in the seat of her vehicle, so that it is visible to the passengers. The driver’s idea ended up being successful, as a woman shared the social media resume and, thanks to it, the girl was able to get job interviews.
“Looking for work” said the small sign that hung from the front seat of the taxi. Underneath was the name of the young woman, her advanced studies in law, and the places where she had worked. The CV belonged to Nazarene Ledesma and it had been “posted” on the car seat by his own father, taxi driver Nestor Ledesma.
This commendable help from a father towards his daughter moved a user of the network LinkedIn, call Mia Raffaella Da Costa Piazzawho took a photograph of the poster and decided to upload it to his account on the aforementioned network, intended for the search and request for jobs and employees.
“Today I got into a taxi and found this: a father trying to help his daughter. Because of things like these, we Argentines continue to get ahead, ”the user wrote in her publication, next to the photo of the taxi seat. Immediately, the image began to harvest I like it -Thursday afternoon I had 5576– already receive hundreds of comments.
In all of them, users praised both the taxi driver’s gesture and also the girl’s attitude of uploading that photo to the networks as another way to help the young law student find a job. “You never know who sits in the seat of the taxi, very good strategy!” wrote one user; “Our best publicity is our parents, I have no doubts about that”, said another; “Good deeds are always multipliers! Beautiful your gesture of helping and being attentive”pointed out a third person, referring to the user who published the CV.
But the icing on the cake, almost the happy ending to this story, came a few days after da Costa Piazza Upload the photo of the resume. is that the same Nazarene Ledesmathe young woman whose father cabbie had helped by spreading his data, he wrote a private message to the user of LinkedIn. In it, he thanked her for posting that photo and assured her that he had already obtained job interviews thanks to the publication.
“Hello Mia, how are you? Am Nazarene, the girl from the CV of the taxi you shared a few days ago. I did not want to stop thanking you for the fact that you have taken the time to take a photo of it and share it”, began the young woman’s message, which continued with good news: “It helped me a lot, several people spoke to me and I have a couple of interviews arranged. Thank you!”.
The private message was spread by the own Mine in one of the comments on your post. There, the professional who had posted the taxi’s CV displayed Nazarena’s message and wrote: “I want to thank all the people who helped me spread this post. Product that went viral today I received this message”.
In this way, this chain of solidarity started by a generous father and continued by an attentive passenger could soon culminate in a young woman with a new job.