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Posts Tagged 'education'

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Updating Your LinkedIn Profile to Get Noticed

Recruiters are always looking for potential candidates and LinkedIn is one of their main resources. Companies are also utilizing LinkedIn to post jobs and find the best qualified candidates

Employees With Disabilities Can Bring Innovation to a Company

Diversity in its employees is one of the greatest assets a company can have. By employing people with different abilities and backgrounds, companies are able to garner the diverse knowledge and talents of their employees to work together toward a shared mission and vision.

Is Higher Education Needed for Your Job?

Higher education can certainly increase your employability and advance your career. The unemployment rate for people with a bachelor’s degree or higher was 3.9% in April 2013 compared to 7.5% for the entire population and 11.6%

A Disability Can’t Stop You from Conquering the Medical Field

Jill Gopal has achromatopsia, a non-correctable autosomal recessive congenital color vision disorder, which is accompanied with extreme sensitivity to light. Individuals with achromatopsia are legally blind. Jill graduated from Boston University.

Five Interview Tricks to Help You Get Hired

You've updated your resume and practiced responding to common interview questions.  But being prepared for an interview takes more than just knowing how to answer questions. Here are five interview tricks that can help you get hired.

What College Students with Disabilities Can Learn from Peter Altschul’s Experience

In 1970, the University of California Berkley campus launched what was to become its Disabled Students' Program.

Seven School-to-Work Lessons for Students With Disabilities

You are about to make the transition from school to work. At this point, finding a job that is appropriate for your skills and temperament and that provides you with an opportunity to grow in your career is a huge step.

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