Helping The Disabled Find Work

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It can be hard to find a job if you’re disabled and looking for work. However, the good news is that many employers actively hire disabled people and studies indicate that they are generally reliable, hard working and punctual. Employers can also often benefit from lower employee turnover and fewer days lost because of sickness. Many non profit organizations also help those with a disability to find suitable work, and the assistance includes help creating a resume, as well as help using public transportation and support while doing on the job training. Long term support also includes ongoing training, contact with the employer and help with understanding paycheck deductions and taxes. Participants who want to take advantage of this sort of support generally have to start by contacting the relevant department in their state who can start the process of looking for work.

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