Work Abilities: A Guide for Persons With Disabilities Seeking Employment
This is a guide for persons with disabilities who are seeking paid employment or volunteer opportunities. It takes you through the process of getting hired, re-hired, or career changing. It contains valuable insights on what to avoid, to save yourself time wasting activities that do not produce results. It is a “no holds barred” description of the good, the bad, and the ugly, elements of the job search process.
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