Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities
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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