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Posts Tagged 'Disability Employment'

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GettingHired and their Employer Partners, Join A Broad Effort to Observe National Disability Employment Awareness Month

GettingHired.com today announced its participation in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, an annual awareness campaign that takes place each October. The purpose of National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities.

Disability Service Organizations are Looking to Hire!

Our community wouldn’t be where it is today without great organizations that push for policy change and innovative companies that create new technology and improve accessibility, for people with disabilities. If you ever wanted to get involved, here’s your chance!

 

How Obama’s Trade Negotiations Could Affect Your Career Prospects

Getting hired is largely based on supply and demand.

If, as a jobseeker, you have the skills and experience that are in short supply within the particular industry and job sector you’re targeting with your job marketing campaign, you’ll likely have a range of opportunity

Working From Home: Is It Right for You (and Your Prospective Employer)?

Telecommuting, work-at-home options, evening and weekend work and a combination of work and personal time are not isolated work patterns anymore. Instead, these developments are part of a sweeping transformation of how we work in the 21st Century.

Personal Branding Tip for College Students: Find Your Uniqueness

Last spring, Josh had just graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in English literature. Deaf since birth, he had visions of following in his mother’s footsteps. She was a high school English teacher.

How to Address Employment Gaps

It's not uncommon for people to have a gap here or there in their resume. There are many reasons for having a gap- taking time off for maternity leave, for travel, to care for a family member, or because of an injury or illness.

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