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Man Creates Job Demand While Playing ‘I Will Survive’; is inundated with offers for an innovative style

Jaye Beech, a marketing professional, had lost his job during the pandemic, and while most people have turned to platforms like LinkedIn to find open positions, Beech had a unique idea to search for jobs.

The ongoing pandemic has created obstacles in the daily lives of many people. People have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 crisis and finding a new one has become an even more difficult task. However, a recent job application has drawn attention on the internet for its innovative method and concept.

A marketing professional, named Jaye Beech, lost his job during the coronavirus pandemic. While most people turned to platforms like LinkedIn to find job postings, Beech had another idea in mind.

He turned to TikTok to create an appealing application. He created a video where he dances to the tune of “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor. While dancing to the beat, Beech described how he would love to get a new job.

Watch the clip here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6856993521824616448/

In the video, he can be seen dancing and talking about how he was scared when he recently lost his job, but is now looking for a new opportunity. Beech further mentions that he has an interest in marketing and ends the video with a motivational note – “I Will Survive”.

According to reports, Beech said that the former company where he worked had suffered a financial crisis. Since Beech was new, he was fired last Monday.

The first thought that came to his mind was that he would survive and he decided to turn that thought into something fun.

Once Beech’s video went viral on the internet, he was inundated with job offers from some of the top companies and since then he’s been going to interviews and hoping things will get better soon. Beech said various people offered him jobs and he also had to say no to some of them.

He wants to value his time and his position and does not want to say yes to a job in panic mode. He said he was in a good position and hopes something good will work out by the end of this week or next.

The marketing professional’s viral application also went viral on LinkedIn, where it garnered more than twenty-five thousand views and numerous comments. People praised Beech’s innovative app and wished him luck with his future endeavours.