It is well known that right now, after the Covid pandemic, it is very difficult to get a job. In Spain, for example, there are many workers who are still in ERTE and many people who have lost their jobs. But there are gestures that can change, from one day to the next, these people.
This is what has happened in Brazil, where the unemployment rate increased by 1.6% in 2020, reaching 13.5% at the end of the year, which translates into almost 14 million unemployed people.
The councilor of the Municipal Chamber of Porto Alegre Kaká D’Avila One day he came across a garbage bag full of papers and realized that they were CVs of people looking for work. At that moment he decided to do something to help them.
He collected 62 resumes and took them home. He rewrote those that were dirty and folded, and distributed them.
“I did what everyone should do in this situation. Behind every sheet of paper there is a life that deserves respect ”, he told the media.
Two weeks later fourteen people had been hired thanks to the gesture of Kaká D’Avila.