#MyFirstSalary: Twitter users are sharing their first-ever salary and it is really inspiring
To inspire younger people, users have come together on Twitter to share their first-ever salary and achievements.
This is a reminder to the young generation that success doesn’t come all at once, you need to begin slowly and then continue to grow as time goes by. These tweets are sparking hope amongst the people.
A person’s first job is a big thing, it is a constant reminder of how much you have grown and how far you’ve come.
#MyFirstSalary is trending on Twitter, users have so much to say about their first job ever, and how much experience they gained from it. People are also sharing how they spent their first salary, and it is very inspiring, to say the least.
Here are some of our favorite tweets:
My first salary was 1000Rs in a local tuition centre in 2015, Sometimes we didn't even get that thousand rupees. when I left in 2016/7 it was 2000 something. I’m proud of that. After that I never went for earning.
— Tariq Aziz ☭ (@TariqAzizx) July 12, 2020
— ʎppɐɯ (@nomaddyyyno_) July 12, 2020
#myfirstsalary was 80k (got it credited for 2 months). Straight away went to a local Tandoor to buy the "apni kamai ki pehli roti" (for theatrics obv, didn't feel any difference).
Took some friends to Gaucho's and bought the Communist Manifesto at the end.
— umair (@khokhapun) July 12, 2020
My first salary was 15k back in 2018, when i was teaching at school.#myfirstsalary
— حماد اللہ خان (@HamadKhan_11) July 12, 2020
5k as an intern for a local tech startup
And i gave a party of 8k.🤪
— Sanwal (@snwlatta) July 12, 2020
— Areeshable (@areeshababar24) July 11, 2020
— Katherine (@Jinnah_Club) July 11, 2020
#myfirstsalary, at less than 10 years of age, was the 5 rupees my sister would offer me for cracking open and peeling peanuts for her.
— اسریٰ (@freakonomist5) July 12, 2020
My first salary
— Ali Hasnain (@AliHasn39714637) July 11, 2020
#myfirstsalary was PKR. 600/- when I did radio shows for AIOU. One show 300 rupees. And that day I did 2 shows at one day. I was in Grade 7 and it was 2005.
There have many ups n downs since then.
These days fall in the "downs" category though🤕 pic.twitter.com/zX5xZYGUnz
— Aisha 🇵🇰💚 (@iayeszha) July 11, 2020
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