A homeless girl is hired by a restaurant: the video shows her jumping for joy outside her new workplace
What would you do if after a job interview you were hired against all odds? Would you dance in the street with happiness? We would, and that is why today we want to tell you the story of Kallayah, a 21-year-old girl who for at least two years was a homeless person of no fixed abode. The economic difficulties obviously worsened when the Coronavirus pandemic broke out in the US, and therefore the girl seemed to have lost hope ...
via ABC 30
Instead, the 21-year-old went through a brilliant job interview at The Spot restaurant in the small town of Decatur, Georgia and was hired against all her expectations. Kellayah, who had lost many temporary jobs during the pandemic, was desperate for a new job and a roof to sleep under.
This is why Dakara Spence, the manager of the American restaurant, decided to hire her. The lucky girl was also "caught" by the restaurant's surveillance cameras as she came out of the interview, stopped in the parking lot and danced for joy at having found a new job!
Obviously, Dakara posted the video of the dance, which then went viral, on her Instagram profile, which was followed up with a photo on Kallayah's Twitter profile of her first day of work at The Spot restaurant; apparently everything went well for the 21 year old girl.
Her story teaches us that, even if the sky falls in on us, we must never lose the hope of a better life, because when it happens that things change for the better, we will be able to dance for joy in the street!