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Business Is a Best Bet for Young Disabled Adults
While living with a disability might make it difficult to do some jobs, such as pool technician or day laborer, in the world of business, the sky's the limit. The only ceilings holding you down are the ones that you build yourself. If you are a young adult living with a disability, keep reading for advice on why starting a career in business is a smart choice.
If you do not know yet what you’d like to do, you can always start a freelance career. A few great options are to work in the PR field, handle customer service for large companies, such as Amazon, or lend your wordsmith abilities as a freelance writer. Each of these roles is in high demand, and you can usually find work using remote job boards, which cater to freelancers. As a freelancer, you can build your resume and dabble in different areas of interest.
Degrees that makes sense
No matter where you want to go to school, the number and types of degrees available can be overwhelming. In business, a few that can help you land the job of your dreams include:
Working While In College
Many up-and-coming professionals may find that, like freelancing, working in an internship during college can help them decide what they’d like to do. To find either a paid or unpaid internship, start by networking with your family, friends, and even your college advisors. Another option here is to attend career fairs, where you can speak with local employers to find out if they have any positions available.
People of all abilities have more opportunities than ever to find a lucrative career to support themselves and their families. Whether or not you choose to start with college is up to you, and you can always entertain a few freelance positions before you make a commitment. Still, going to school remains the best way to learn the skills and have the proper credentials for a career that you can love.
Moore Business Services offers remote management services to businesses throughout Texas. From onboarding and data entry to email management and notary services online, Moore Business Services has your small business covered.
Article contributed by Linda Chase, https://ablehire.org/
Please note that we are not attorneys, brokers or real estate agents and have no authority to give legal advice on any matter.
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