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    Internet job search engine for people with disabilities. Includes links to resources.



    Internet job search engine.


  • CareerOneStop Job Seeker Tools

    Workforce development professionals, job seekers, and public users rated more than 600 online job and career tools.


  • Disability and Employment Community of Practice

    Disability and employment resource page to make employment-related information and promising practices available to the workforce system.



    Internet job search engine for people with disabilities. Includes links to resources.


  • Disclosure at the One Stop Centers: Tips & Guidelines

    The Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) at UMass Boston supports the rights of children and adults with disabilities to participate in all aspects of the community. This publication provides tips and guidelines about when to disclose a disability when working with a one-stop career center.


  • Federal Jobs

    This is the official site of the United State Federal Government providing a one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.


  • Fiscal Tiger

    Employment Resources for Individuals with Learning Disabilities


  • Guide for People with Disabilities Seeking Jobs through One Stops

    This is a document from the Institute for Community Inclusion that explains the one-stop system for employment services, what services are available though the one-stop system and how people with disabilities can access these services.


  • Job Opportunities for Disabled American Veterans

    Aims to directly decrease unemployment by opening networks for communication between potential employers and prospective hires.


  • JobTIPS

    JobTIPS is a free program designed to help individuals with disabilities such as autism explore career interests, seek and obtain employment, and successfully maintain employment.


  • My Skills My Future

    The Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration online tool to help job seekers match their current skills to new careers and find out what training is needed to transition from one job to another. This resource includes information about occupational skills that can be transferred from one job to another, a side-by-side comparison chart of likely skill gaps from one occupation to another, and links to training programs that could help address skills needs. Job listings will also be available from the site.


  • National Telecommuting Institute

    Provides information about work-at-home jobs for people with disabilities.

People with disabilities often face challenges such as stereotyping, discrimination, and a lack of accommodations. Thankfully, there are a variety of legal protections and employment resources available that help people with disabilities overcome these challenges and advance their careers.

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