Deliveryman With Engineering Degree Gave Himself A Job Title And Netizens Are Here For It

The struggle is real!

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A former Engineering student's humorous tweet about his current job has garnered attention on Twitterverse

"Five years I took to complete my degree in Aircraft Engineering. Alhamdulillah, now I'm a Food Distribution Engineer," Amirul Syaqir tweeted on 25 August.

The tweet has garnered over 6,000 retweets at the time of writing.

Attached to the post are two photos - on the left, the netizen can be seen standing in front of an aircraft.

In the photo on the right, he is dressed in a Foodpanda uniform, smiling behind a delivery motorcycle.

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Amirul, who completed his Bachelor of Aircraft Engineering Technology at UniKL Malaysian Institute of Aviation Techolongy (MIAT) in June, is working as a Foodpanda rider due to the difficulties in securing a job related to his course.
"I can apply for Executive positions but there aren't many vacancies," he told SAYS.

"If I want to look for a job outside of my field of study, the answer I get the most is that I'm overqualified," he added.

Amused netizens who related to Amirul's struggle chimed in by sharing about their current jobs...

...With slightly exaggerated job titles.

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Image via Twitter

"Meanwhile, I protected a royal military cargo base from Pablo Escobar's pirates from north of the continent, circa 1984, Vietnam, Kampung Dusun."

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Amirul's post resonated particularly well with netizens who are working in different industries while searching for jobs in fields they studied in

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"Can we be gang? Three years studying a different course, now I'm working [with GrabFood] while looking for permanent work."

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"We're the same bro. Four years studying my diploma in an Electronic Technology course. Now I work as a security guard at Aeon Mall."

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The general consensus from his Twitter thread?

"We feel you."

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Nevertheless, many reached out to encourage the Foodpanda rider to keep up his good work, and congratulate him for making an honest living

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Several Twitter users even offered recommendations on where he could apply.

Moment of appreciation to all the Food Distribution Engineers out there! <3

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