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Trying to get a job with my ptsd service dog

Trying to get a job with my ptsd service dog is like trying to pull teeth. It's my service dogs job to go with me wherever i go.as soon as the interview is over i get the "I'll call you and let you know. " i never hear back and I've been here for a week now and i have bills to pay and as a single father of two daughters and an army veteran i need a job so I can take care of my daughters and pay the bills. Help

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Laila Nashat
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Hi Brandon! Getting a job with a disability is often difficult, especially if you need an employer who will be flexible and provide your with accommodations during work time. Sometimes employers are hesitant to take that risk, however the ADA is pretty clear that those with certain disabilities, like severe PTSD, should be protected from such discrimination. There are also sites geared toward helping veterans seek job, like RecruitMilitary, which would be a great way to seek out employment after retiring from military service. Good luck with your search, Brandon!

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Jennifer Berk
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That sounds like a really frustrating experience, especially with kids depending on you. You're getting as far as interviews, so you know they think you could be a good employee. What are you interviewing for? Do you have a friend you can practice interviewing with - or get your daughters to ask you questions and practice answering!

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Hello name Edward Lopez. I deaf well I want search to look for work

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At Home Position

Need at home work due to amputations

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Paul Baker
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Hi Gwen!

I'm so sorry about your amputations. If you’re interested in working from home here are a few positions I can recommend!

Convergys - Full and part-time job opportunities with benefits and a Veteran Family program for eligible employees. Click HERE to learn more and apply.

Concentrix - Customer Support Services offered via Virtual Call Center. Click HERE for more details and application information.

Sykes - Employees receive paid training, health benefits, monthly bonus incentives, and career advancement opportunities. Click HERE to search for jobs and apply today.

TeleTech - Offers many customer service jobs at call centers across the U.S., the company also hires at-home workers. Click HERE to search for job openings an application information.

KellyConnect - technical and customer support jobs. Click HERE to search for job openings.

TTech - Customer Service phone support. Click HERE for more details.

Conduent - Customer Service Representatives (Technical Support) - jobs available in a limited number of US states. Click HERE for more details.

Working Solutions - Click HERE for more information.

Language Solutions - Interpreter services in a variety of languages. Click HERE for more job details and application information.

For other Work From Home Options please refer to FlexJobs article 100 Companies Offering Work From Home Jobs in 2018

Wishing you the best in your job search!

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Community Support Associate

At Marc Inc we care for individuals with disabilities.......

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Princess Bree lee Spencer Spencer
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What are the Requirments to work there because I did work in this type of work as well! Looking for part time or full time ! Ty Bree

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Soren Kierk
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I'm interested, too.

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Need Help

I am looking for a part time position. I do have Stage 5 CKD so I need an occupation that would be willing to work with my disability. Please help me. I have medical bills piling up and 5 kids to take care of also.

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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Rhonda: Thanks for posting to Jobcase! Do you know what kind of job role you're interested in? If so, here’s how to see who’s hiring near you:

  • Click on the “Jobs & Companies” text at the top of this page
  • Enter the type of job role you're looking for
  • Click the blue search button If you see something that looks interesting, just click View Job and follow the instructions to apply. Don’t forget to follow up on your applications a few days after applying. Let us know how it works out for you!
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Mariah Bliss
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Hi Toni: Happy to help with your job search! Is there a specific job role you're looking for? Let me know so I can assist you. In the meantime, here's how to perform a job search on Jobcase:

  • Double-click the Jobs button at the top of this page
  • Enter the type of job role you're looking for
  • Click the blue search button If you see something that looks interesting, just click View Job and follow the instructions to apply. Let us know how it works out for you!
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Unemployed looking for a job!

Am currently on disability for ADD but take meds everyday to help me focus. Not really much past work experience but I have a G.E.D and a Retail Sales trade from Job Corps. Im a fast learner and am willing to learn and possibly expand in a career based setting.

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Delisa Hall
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Glass door. Com

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Looking for a job I can handle as I'm disabled but need to get out of the house.

Mom of two...i have a connective tissue disorder but id like to get out of the house a few days a week.Interact with real live people lol.

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Disabilties

I suffer from extream vitamin d deficiency and learning problems but can give more than i have to grow a company how do you work with my issues. And also do i need a diploma

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saeid parsa
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Hello, please, do eat fresh parsley and cheese and go have sun tan that may be good for vitamin D deficiency. good luck

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Angela Eddings
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I feel your pain it's hard, I live with cancer and cronice pain from neck to toe due to truck accident that had libality so my insurance has covered my life long injuries. However I now have to lie in order to get a job and I still can't gain employment.. I was on my job for 9 years 8 months is a merchandiser let go because they lost the contract and didn't want to pay me to go outside my territory which was recently too far in reality I do agree. I now have to lie about my health and all of your phone is part time in or just five and pay bills which still doesn't pay bills

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Work

I have always worked, I have worked since I was 12. I have had all types of work. It has mostly been materials handling. I always enjoyed this type of work.I am now 42,I have had a double hip replacement replacement in over a year ago. I tried to sign up for disability for disability. I get a payment for disability, but only a partial payment. They say I was disabled, but it is curable, that I would get better over time. It has been over a year now since my surgery, I still am in pain and still have not recovered. So I must reapply for disability or find a job I can do maybe a sit down job or something. I live with my mother right now, she is up in age, she can not continue to support me. I have to make a move some how. I could become homeless. So I need help.

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Marcus Jordan
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Hi Tarrence, Welcome to Jocbase! Have you given a work from home job any consideration? How are you technical/customer service skills? Concentrix is hiring Customer Support Service Representatives. Use the link below to review the job description and apply online if you're interested.

http://jobs.concentrix.com/page/show/workathome

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