Homeless Woman Leaves Job Interview Ecstatic, And Manager Catches Her Happy Dance On Surveillance Cameras

We’ve all done it. When no one is looking, we’ve definitely busted a move to celebrate something. Dancing is one of the most fun ways to rejoice after something awesome has happened. It’s why so many sports teams choose to stage creative dance routines after they score. While sports teams are an exception to the rule, most of us aren’t being watched by millions of people while we showcase our celebratory dance moves.

For a lot of us, we are probably glad that this is the case. Some might even say that if a fly was in the room to witness the dance, that was one too many witnesses. For Kayallah Jones from Atlanta, Georgia, her private celebration dance after being offered a job in October 2020 became insanely popular after her boss saw it and posted it to social media.

Most of us have interviewed for a job we really needed or wanted. If you’ve ever done it, you know it can be an anxiety-provoking experience. Every fiber of your being wants that job, and you really want to impress your prospective employer with your experience and attitude. You go into the interview hoping that you’ll perform well enough to be the person that the employer hires. Sometimes you can want a job so much it impacts your sleep and appetite.

When Jones, the young woman in the video, walked into The Spot Sports Bar and Grill in Atlanta, she had those same hopes and probably, the same anxiety. In the end, she wasn’t any different from any other person who interviews for a position they really want.Little did Jones know that she was going to have an interview that would go on to make her famous or at least a pretty well-known viral sensation.

According to PEOPLE, Jones had been struggling to find jobs due to the pandemic. As it turns out, Jones absolutely crushed her job interview at the restaurant. The manager, a woman by the name of Dakara Spence, was so impressed with her that she offered her the job almost immediately, reported ABC News.

Most of us don’t expect to get offered a position right after the interview, so it was probably a pretty euphoric feeling for the young woman. She went from wanting the job to getting the job in a matter of minutes. Additionally, ABC News reported that the manager wasn’t aware that Kayallah had been homeless for the last two years. This makes her victory dance even more meaningful.

Speaking about Jones, Spence said, “She had like a great energy, I felt it when she walked in, she seemed really positive.” This initial impression worked in Jones’ favor when she was offered the job.

It is an incredible feeling when you know you did something really well, which was also the case with Jones. When she left the restaurant after the interview, she didn’t realize that she was being recorded by surveillance cameras. In this video, you could see her walk quickly out into the parking lot. Suddenly, she stopped and looked both ways. It was clear she was wondering if anyone was watching her.

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