What an inspirational lady!
According to AsiaOne, a Thai lady has recently inspired loads of Thai citizens when her story was picked up by local news.
21-year-old Nitcharee Peneakchanasak reportedly landed what is known around the country as “the best job in Thailand”.
Nitcharee got a job as a patient-happiness surveyor at the World Medical Hospital, which reportedly pays 1 million Baht (RM126,448) per month, under a six-month contract.
The young lady is currently enrolled in a short overseas course, so she will start the job in August.
On what she plans to achieve at her highly-paid job, Nitcharee said,
“I plan to focus on physically challenged patients.”
Part of her job description includes talking to patients and boosting their morale and presenting findings on the hospital’s social media accounts to help readers learn how to make patients happy.
Sounds like a rewarding job in more ways than one!
She plans to juggle her studies along with her job by taking less courses in her upcoming semester, and said she will spend at least three days out of the week and all her weekends at work.
One thing you may not know about Nitcharee is that she actually lost both her legs in an accident on Singapore’s MRT tracks in 2011.
Although she lost both of her legs at a young age, Nitcharee still chose to live her life to the fullest, playing badminton, swimming and diving!
“It’s possible to turn crises into opportunities, flaws into inspirations,” the young woman shared.
“If we have enough determination, we can do anything.”
On what she plans to do with her impressive salary, she says that she will probably use the money to buy a new pair of prosthetic legs.
What an inspiration this young lady is! We wish her the best of luck in her career!
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