Social media is a platform where people come across different people, experiences and so many things they face in their daily routine. It provides ample space to spread awareness, share personal opinions, raise voice on certain issues, and motivate others with life experiences.
Different campaigns and trends let people engage in healthy debate, discussions. Such a trend hits social media on Saturday when people started telling their first salary to motivate freshies. ‘#myfirstsalary’ attracted a large audience on Twitter. People shared their stories from startups to the current status of their life.
#myfirstsalary was Rs. 2000/-… I earned it from a home tution, i gave it to my mom… And it worked….. Soon i jumped to 12k… May Allah bless me and the reader as well…
— Jamal Shams Khanzada (@ShamsKhanzada) July 11, 2020
#myfirstsalary was PKR/5000 and I still remember the happiness of get it.
Alhamdulliah for everything.
— Hasnain Khan (@IMhusnainkhan) July 11, 2020
My frist salary is2300
I can do a polio duty in health department in 2018
— Haris Shahran (@HarisShahran1) July 11, 2020
— Rakesh Moorani (@rakeshmoorani) July 11, 2020
— Haris Khan (@genius_haris) July 11, 2020
— Nukhbah Kashmiri (@KashmiriNukhbah) July 11, 2020
— ꪖꪀꪖ Ꮥ乇ẸＲ (@rsafeer_70) July 11, 2020
#myfirstsalary was 8000 in 2014
— salah ud din (@lovemejjkl) July 11, 2020
with #myfirstsalary of 5000,I submitted my admission form of university.
— AishaZehra (@irtizehra) July 11, 2020
My first salary was 3,640 way back in 2002 #myfirstsalary
— Shakil (@Shakil_Hyd) July 11, 2020
— Sana Sharif (@Sanasaana3) July 11, 2020
Meanwhile, some people wittily reacted to this trend and wrote how ‘#myfirstsalary’ was making them jealous, few of them were students.
— Noman (@Noman83907984) July 11, 2020
Each and every person is talking about their first salary..,
— Faraz Ahmed Mahar (@FarazAhmedMaha5) July 11, 2020
— Fatima (@Fatima_Anwarr) July 11, 2020
— Covid_19 (@AneesRajput19) July 11, 2020
— IqRaash 🙂 (@IqRaAyat1) July 11, 2020