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About Us imageSince 2001, AbilityLinks has been the nation's leading web-based community for job seekers with disabilities and inclusive employers. Employers seeking qualified candidates with disabilities post jobs and search resumes on AbilityLinks. Job seekers who self-identify having a disability, post resumes and apply for jobs - No information about disability type is asked.

Skilled Information and Referral Counselors that happen to have a disability, provide the human touch. Employers: Login/Create an Account. Job Seekers: Login/Create an Account. Contact Us.

Federal jobs Schedule A disability preference, USAJOBS, nationwide
State of Illinois jobs, Work 4 Illinois, varied locations
Advocate Health Care, Bookkeeper II, Patient Service Rep, Nutritional Assistant, Downers Grove, IL
Pearl Interactive Network, Inc., Customer Service Representive, Virtual Document Specialist, Work From Home
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• Offered job during an instant messenger interview, often Yahoo Messenger. Email/text subject line may say JOB OFFER or JOB INTERVIEW! Jobs ARE NOT offered during online interviews, by email or text message.
• Scammers use personal email accounts like @yahoo.com, @gmail.com. Real business email addresses END with the company name like @starbucks.com, @walmart.com.
• Offered money, a check, direct deposit or something that sounds valuable. Asked for bank account/personal information. NEVER give bank account, personal information or money to anyone you don't know.
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is not true. Read more tips. Read How to Tell if a Job is a Scam.

Bill O'Connor
By Bill O'Connor

Meet an AbilityLinks candidate with a successful background in office management, admin, human resources and more. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself and how you came into the HR sector?

Since growing up in rural Kansas, I have small town values and I work as a very hard worker at every position I've ever had. I have taken on challenges that I've never taken before. I was fortunate have it backed up in a solutions group to come in as sort of an administrative assistant. Read more.

Amanda Fowler picture
By Amanda Fowler

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ADA25 Chicago, in collaboration with the Chicago Business Leaders Network (CBLN), launched the first annual Disability Inclusion Opportunity Summit on November 16, 2015.

The event was geared towards civic, business, and nonprofit organization leaders to examine successes and opportunities in implementation of the historic law—in short, how to make the environment and opportunities more accessible for people with disabilities. Read more.

Janice Duvall
By Janice Duvall
The Best Advice When Using Public Transportation? Know your options. Be prepared.  If you need paratransit or reduced fare options, apply in advance of landing the job. As with all agencies, there is a process.  Take advantage of travel training if you are unfamiliar with routes and services. Being prepared will go a long way to insure your success in getting to your place of employment on time. Check out smart phones apps for your metro area. These are a great tool to keep you up to date with schedules and delays. Read more.


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