Job-Hunting for the So-Called Handicapped
Dale Susan Brown and Richard Nelson Bolles
This is one of the best books I have read in a long time. Written by Dale Susan Brown and Richard Nelson Bolles(Author of What Color is Your Parachute), it is a simple and concise guide to finding a job if you have a disability. It pulls no punches and tells it the way it is.
It gives simple, concise advice on how to conduct a job search, and what to do in an interview. It tells you how keep a prospective employer from getting nervous about your disability, and how to communicate in an interview in an honest and positive way.
If you are person with a disability this is a terrific book, if you have a co-worker with a disability, it is a terrific book, if you have people working for you with disabilities it is a terrific book, and if you are a "normal" person (whatever that is...} it is a terrific book.
The advice in the book leverages the expertise of both authors and is sound
and easy to understand. It also helps you to do a better job, once you have
employment. The book is highly recommended for everyone!
If you would like to buy a copy of the book, the Center will receive a small commission if you buy the book from Amazon. This is a good way to help the Center and help yourself to learn about Job Hunting and all of its attendant issues.
written by Mike Burks, ICDRI Staff
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