Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities

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Jist, 2000 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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Nearly 10 percent of the incoming freshman class in colleges and universities reports having a disability. Whether physical or mental, these disabilities can block the career paths of many individuals who have much to contribute to today's workforce. This unique resource provides expert advice on conducting a successful job search--specifically for those who have disabilities to overcome. Packed with practical techniques, no other reference offers such a comprehensive and functional approach to success.

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Daniel Joseph Ryan was January 1, 1855 in Ohio and died June 15, 1923. He was a Republican politician in the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio Secretary of State from 1889-1892. In 1877 he was admitted to the bar. In April 1877, he was elected City Solicitor of Portsmouth, and re-elected in 1879. In 1883 Ryan was elected to the Ohio House of Representatives for the 66th General Assembly, and re-elected in 1885 for the 67th, where he was chosen Speaker pro tem. Ryan was elected Secretary of State in 1888, and re-elected in 1890. He resigned as Secretary of State April, 1891, to accept the office of Commissioner of the World's Fair for the State of Ohio. Secretary of State was his last elected office, and he devoted his later years to private practice and literary pursuits as an author. Ryan served on the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Historical Society for thirty-four years. His titles include: History of Ohio, Arbitration Between Capital and Labor, and The Civil War Literature of Ohio.

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