There may be an unemployment rate of 70 percent among people with disabilities, but my observation over the years has been that some people always seem to be working while others struggle and often give up along the way. The people who are always working use some form of the process I’ve outlined in parts I and II of the following post. For them the unemployment rate is 0 percent because they have eliminated the less productive parts of the job search and concentrated their energies on those activities most likely to yield results.
I was leaving our building the other day at Hampton Plaza and encountered a woman in the elevator who decided that I needed help. I’m blind, so, carry a white cane and often folks decide that this must mean, without any particular factual basis, that I need help. First she wanted to make sure I […]