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In Argentina, a taxi driver helps his daughter get a job

Argentina.—”There is no love like parents”, dictates a popular phrase, and the protagonist of the following story honors it, because…

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Argentina.—”There is no love like parents”, dictates a popular phrase, and the protagonist of the following story honors it, because Looking to help her daughter, she pasted a copy of her course into the taxi she drives.,

His actions were not noticed. In addition to going viral in Argentinahis country of origin, Helped young student to get a job Studied law at the National University of La Matanza, where he is yet to complete his course.

At 23 and still an apprentice at the aforementioned educational center, the young woman found a job thanks to the good work of her father, a taxi driver who used one of his only resources to help her.

this story went viral on social media After being shared by Linkedin user Mia Raffaela, where she wrote the following next to the image of her resume:

He posted, “Today I got into a taxi and found this. A father is trying to help his daughter. These things are why we are moving to Argentina.”

The woman thanked those who took the time to share the story because, shortly after posting, she received a message with a job offer.

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“I want to thank everyone who helped me spread this post,” he wrote.

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My name is Juan Pablo Chadez Espuro, born in Culiacán, Sinaloa, to a small family, originally consisting of four people: father, mother and two children. From my early years I showed a taste for watching news and staying informed. I graduated from the 2014 – 2018 generation of a degree in journalism from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS), the first in that career since its opening. For professional experience, I was able to earn an apprenticeship for a period of six months in the sports sector of Noroste newspaper, where I did a professional internship. Later, I had the opportunity to spend another six months in the ranks of Radio Sinaloa, most notably in the state government’s news program Informativo Puro Sinaloa. There I covered local issues, recorded voices for news, contributed material for other broadcasts and participated live. Since 2020 I have been at Debate, a company that opened the doors for me to integrate as a web reporter, and months later occupied the position of editor at the site.

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