Resume Building for People with Disabilities
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- By Safeway Medical Supply & ResumeBuilder.com
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Resumebuilder.com has created an extensive guide on crafting a resume that can help people with disabilities land a job and showcase their skills and value to employers. We hope our readers will find this information useful.
A job search can be a challenging experience for anyone, but it can be especially daunting for those with disabilities. We would like to provide our audience with a comprehensive guide for persons with disabilities to help them navigate the job search process with confidence. Whether you're just starting out or looking to advance your career, this information is designed to provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed. So if you're ready to take control of your career and explore new opportunities, read on!
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals that only 17.9% of people with disabilities are employed. Despite this, many more would likely join the workforce if they could overcome some common obstacles.
Resumebuilder.com has created an extensive guide on crafting a resume that can help people with disabilities land a job and showcase their skills and value to employers.
This guide provides essential insights, such as legal protection for their rights, workplace discrimination, and harassment, to ensure a fair chance at achieving their career goals.
To simplify the job search for disabled persons, Resumebuilder.com partnered with Safeway Medical Supply to raise awareness about tools and resources that can help people who are disabled land a job.
Safeway Medical would like to thank resumebuilder.com for providing this critical information and hopes that our readers will find it helpful in their job search.
Read the Guide to Resume Building for People with Disabilities
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