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Most Disabilities Are Not Visible

According to a survey conducted by the Center for Talent Innovation, a surprisingly high 30% of employees have a disability. Of this group:

If Disability Is Part of You, Should It Be Part of the Job Interview?

Disability is one part of who a person is just like a person's race, gender and ethnicity. While employers can't ask about disability, job seekers who demonstrate acceptance and comfort with having a disability may bring those attitudes to the job interview. They may put the interviewer at ease, answer and set aside unspoken questions, and increase chances for of a successful interview.

Job seekers that use common interview questions to assertively manage the impression disability makes can demonstrate that disability is not a barrier, but can be a workplace asset.

Find Work from Home Job Opportunities and Avoid Scams

Here are some tips to help you spot scams and find work from home job opportunities.

Spotting Job Scams

Join Us at the Inclusion Drives Innovation Job Fair to Celebrate NDEAM

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)! According to the Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) NDEAM dates back to 1945, when Congress declared the first week in October National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.

Learn more about the evolution of NDEAM and other landmark disability legislation and events in this interactive timeline.