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15 year annversary logoAbilityLinks is the nation's leading Disability Employment Community where businesses post jobs and search resumes, and job seekers who self-identify having a disability, post resumes and apply for jobs - No information about disability type is asked. Skilled AbilityLinks Counselors, who also have a disability, provide information, referrals and the human touch. For Job Seekers / For Employers

Online job search is an important tool but should be approached with caution. Read these important tips:
Scam icon• Jobs ARE NOT offered during online interviews, by email, text, chat or instant message services like Google Hangout, Yahoo Messenger, etc. Read more.
• Scammers use personal email accounts like @yahoo.com, @gmail.com ... Email from a real business ENDS with the company name like @starbucks.com, @walmart.com ...
• Promised money, a check, a job or something valuable and asked for personal/financial information. NEVER give bank account, credit card, personal information, deposit a check or send money to anyone you don't know and trust.
• If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is not true. More Tips for Avoiding Job Scams.

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Lauren Bryant
Lauren Bryant
By Lauren Bryant
I started working with AbilityLinks in 2013. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect when I started; I didn’t know what they would possibly have me do! When I met my supervisor, he told me I’d be doing research on disability and disability employment topics, and then blogging about them. This was something entirely new to me; blogging based on research. As it turned out, I was good at it, and people seemed to really enjoy my writing! Read more.

Bill O'Connor
By Bill O'Connor
When someone discloses a disability in school, their performance can be judged fairly and others can provide more support if needed. Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) might have goals to teach self-advocacy, a factor that can lead to success. However, jobs don’t have IEPs, and few managers know how to deal with learning issues. Read more.

Lauren Bryan
By Lauren Bryant
Being severely, chronically and physically disabled makes it hard to find a college I could attend where I would be able to live on campus versus commuting. Many colleges offered the bare minimum of accommodations, most of them being purely academic; none of these would enable ...Read More.

Morgan AmosBy Morgan Amos
Searching for job leads can definitely leave a person frustrated when they do not receive what they hoped for, but I can’t stress enough that you shouldn’t let that deter you from continuing on. You’re going to come across roadblocks every now and again, and if anything, use that as a means of motivation ... Read more.

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