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Woman Announces Her New Job With An Engagement-Style Photo Shoot

It’s true love.

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Scroll through the average person’s social media feed and you’re likely to find professionally-shot photos of their friends’ major life events such as engagements, weddings, and birth announcements. But Benita Abraham of Long Beach, California’s story is going viral after she posed for a photo shoot with the new love of her life: a job offer.


“I finally found my soulmate, my perfect match, my boo,” the 37-year-old wrote on Facebook. “After seven long months, I found the perfect job with a company that truly cares about its employees and one I will learn so much from.” Benita wanted to make a dramatic announcement about her new job so a friend suggested a maternity or engagement-style photo shoot to show her love.

Here’s Benita spending a lazy Sunday morning in bed with her new love.

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“It is a great company,” Benita said of her employer in the healthcare industry. No wonder she likes laying on a beach blanket with her offer, staring longingly into its eyes.

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Sorry other employers, this girl is officially taken.

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Her new company dropped on one knee, popped the question and Benita just had to say, “Yes!”

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She’s got a carpool buddy now, too.

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A love story for the ages.

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Benita has some great advice for frustrated job-seekers. “Don’t lose hope,” she said. “And whatever jobs you are looking for, and whatever interviews you go on, be yourself. Let them see who you really are. And also, do your research.”

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