Unemployed electrical engineering graduate, Anthea Malwandle's story sparked a social media response when she took matters into her own hands.
After standing at an intersection in Rosebank to advertise her CV on a board, Malwandle was offered a job by Sasol.
702's John Robbie spoke to Managing Director of Career ID, Neo Moleko, about how graduates can stand out in the crown of job seekers.
Listen to the interview below:
The levels of opportunities are not where we want them to be but opportunities are there.— Neo Moleka, MD of Career ID
It's a platform where we engage our potential customers and they have the opportunity to ask what steps to take next.— Neo Moleko, MD of Career ID
We have a problem with how tertiary institutions communicate with their students on how to present themselves... Understanding the beast which is called an interview is a completely different game.— Neo Moleko, MD of Career ID
Career ID has started a social media campaign called #askCareerID to assist South Africans to get career development advice.
It's not just about having a lovely CV... We identify weak spots and we would them give the prescription like a doctor would.— Neo Moleko, MD of Career ID