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Yvette Harrison

Try state and county agencies...Virtual work as well if you are able.

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Elayne Giannatos

A lot of states have an agency that trains and helps disabled people find jobs. My granddaughter is special needs and Georgia Department of Rehabilitation trained her and helped her find a job.

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Genise Caruso

Every company SHOULD hire a person in a wheelchair!!! According to all the BS we hear, businesses are NOT supposed to discriminate against people be it for age, gender, race, disabilities, etc. etc. but, we all know that just isn't true. I sincerely wish you the best.

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Kristy Sokoloski

Amazon does as well.

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karen ziomek

if you live near a Wegman's Grocery Store---apply !!!!

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Barbara Hobbs

I worked with an awesome guy in a wheelchair at Shell Oil in Houston, TX. His engineering minded geological land skills were greatly appreciated and no one even gave a second glance to the fact that he was in one. He was friendly, very personable, married with a family and very much a popular person on our team. Go for it in any job application!

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Felicia Turner

Call centers and companies with remote openings will gladly the disabled. Walmart doesn't hire as many wheelchair bound people as they had previously.

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Daniel Snow

Try Walmart, fill out the online resume, designate desired store locations, they will accomodate!

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Clareena D Edwards

This honestly depends on your skills and educational background... I had a very smart professor in college his main job was helping as a financial specialist.. He helped many of our college students apply for their student loans...

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