Employment issues continue to be an issue in today’s society, especially for those with notable disabilities. I say a notable disabilities because some people have invisible disabilities or aren’t even aware they have some form of disability yet. But, if you do know you have a disability it makes trying to find a job, or some form of gainful employment a challenge.
I struggled when I graduated college to find work because as much as I was equally qualified as my peers, I felt that employers were less likely to accommodate the adaptations I required in order to be gainfully employed.
I started blogging as a hobby and have learned so much from my readers,, and it has afforded me cool opportunities that I otherwise wouldn’t have experienced.
I like working online, because if I can type on a computer or dictate I can work at the same level as someone else doing the same job, and I am in an environment physically that is set up for my needs already. So there is less need to adapt by putting up grab bars etc.
I recognize that blogging is not for everyone. I started as a hobby and it kind of blew up. Blogging takes a certain level of self-discipline and dedication, especially in the beginning. When I first started, I was working a normal full time job and doing this for fun in my spare time. In the beginning, I’m not gonna lie and tell you that you get floods of traffic, because of the reality is in the beginning it was discouraging.
I think as someone with a disability it is important to realize that you may run into struggles finding employment and to recognize that you may have to think outside the box and perhaps utilize online ideas to become employed.
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