Looking for a new job can be a frustrating process for anyone. First, there are the hours spent sifting through listings and submitting resumes and cover letters; then there are the countless applications and miles driving all over town for interviews.
Unfortunately, in addition to the usual struggles, individuals with disabilities have a particularly difficult time, as they fight misconceptions from potential employers about what it means to hire someone with a disability. These misconceptions contribute to the 83 percent of individuals with disabilities who are unemployed.
The good news