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Job Hunting for the So Called Handicapped or People Who Have Disabilities

Authors begin by demystifying the intricacies of the ADA describing in clear terms what the act does and does not guarantee disabled job hunters and then move on to job hunting strategies tailored specifically to people with disabilitie

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N JOB HUNTING FOR THE SO CALLED HANDICAPPED Bolles and Dale Susan Brown guide readers through the often frustrating but ultimately rewarding process of securing independence in their lives and personal satisfaction in their careers The

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Richard Bolles'¬?s WHAT COLOR IS YOUR PARACHUTE? has helped millions of readers find their path in life and now his creative approach to job hunting is brought to bear on the specific challenges faced by job hunters with disabilities I

About the Author: Richard Nelson Bolles

Dick Bolles formally known as Richard for the PDF Å Nelson Bolles was a former Episcopal clergyman a member of high I society Mensa and the author of the best selling job hunting book What Color is Your Parachute? The book remained Job Hunting PDF/EPUB ² on The New York Times best seller list for than a decade and has sold over million copies.

2 thoughts on “Job Hunting for the So Called Handicapped or People Who Have Disabilities

  1. says:

    Over the course of the next year I will be working closely with youth and young adults with disabilities in The Zone at the South Minneapolis WorkForce Center I do not have very much experience working with disabled people much less helping them find jobs and so when I came across this book by Richard Nelson Bolles and Dale Susan Brown in the reference library at the WorkForce Center I thought it would be an extremely relevant book to read for my first book report The book itself consists of different chapters related to legislation regarding employersemployees with disabilities difficulties that people with disabilities might face with potential employers and how to deal with different situations Reading these different scenarios really opened my eyes as to the feelings and situations that people with disabilities face during the entire job search process as well as how I as a person without a disability perceive people with disabilities In addition to this I learned a great deal about coming up with creative solutions to potential employers' issues that may arise during the interview processAlthough I did learn some valuable information I would not sugegst this book to someone who is looking to learn aout helping people with disabilities who are seeking employment The authors writing style speaks directly to the reader who has a disability and often becomes inspirational than informative

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    I'm not exactly handicapped but I'm walking with a cane and I don't have much stamina even with the cane I've been wondering if that has affected my job search If that has turned off interviewers before we even got to my ualifications The jobs I'm looking at are computer based desk jobs so limited mobility shouldn't be an issue but It's hard to know if that has contributed to unsuccessful interviews or if there were just ualified candidates There are certainly a glut of candidates given the current economic situationI don't know that this book did any than state the obvious You have to reassure the employer that you can do the job and that your handicap won't be an obstacle On some level I knew that already The section on tribes was interesting Unfortunately most of my tribes are based in cyberspace They're great for a reassuring word or two but not really good for work related networking

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