Homeless woman does happy dance after nailing her job interview unaware the security cam is rolling

In Atlanta, Georgia, at a restaurant called The Spot, Kayallah Jones applied for a work as a waitress. She had been homeless for two years, and the epidemic the year before had made things worse.

On September 1, 2020, Jones entered the room for her interview. Interviewer Dakara Spence, manager of the eatery, expressed her admiration for Kavallah.

She seemed very upbeat, and Spence noticed that she had a nice aura when she entered.

Since there was a camera outside the institution, as in most places, Jones conducted a small dance of joy as she left after realizing she had aced the interview.

anyone besides the surveillance camera.
“I was happy. I didn’t know I was being recorded until I went outside,” she told CBS46.

The news was eventually confirmed to her by Dakara, who then offered Kavallha the job.

“She was literally screaming through the phone when I contacted her and said, ‘I’m going to hire you and I saw your happy dance, so you may continue dancing. For me, it was a wonderful occasion, the restaurant manager reflected.

“I hired this young girl today and this was her response,” she wrote as the caption for the picture.

A emotion that viewers are all too familiar with!

Jones was thrilled to get the job, much like many other people who felt the effects of the global pandemic. Finding a job hasn’t been simple with several businesses closing over the previous year.

Jones stated, “Ms. Dakara didn’t know but I was going through so much, and at that point, when she gave me this chance and this opportunity, I was ecstatic, excited and so overwhelmed to the point where no one understood how happy and accomplished I felt at that moment.” Jones added, “Ms. Dakara didn’t know but I was going through so much.”

LaShenda Williams, a local of Nashville, tells a similar tale.
She faced numerous hardships in life, which led the 46-year-old to lose her home and spend two years living in her car.

Williams experienced the typical feeling of wanting to give up when burdened by life’s concerns. But she didn’t let that get her down; she knew the proper chance will present itself. She persevered.

Williams met Jackie Vandal, a hiring manager, by coincidence when she was parking her car there every night.

Williams went up and sincerely inquired as to whether they had space for her after seeing Vandal post a job vacancy.

You can tell if someone is sincere or just attempting to get a job so they can say they have one and leave a month later, according to her. She was so sincere.

Williams was among the early arrivals at the employment fair that day. Williams got her laptop and asked Vandal if she could plug in to the store so she could submit the requirements after Vandal informed her that she needed to submit an online application.

Williams received assistance from Vandal with her application, and after seeing the message “successfully applied” on the screen, Vandal employed her right away!

Williams had enough money saved up to rent a studio. The neighborhood went above and beyond to assist her by contributing household goods, clothing, and furniture. She completed all of this in one year!

Jones and Williams serve as evidence that, despite challenges, maintaining strength and optimism is beneficial.

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