Waiting in the Wings

Barthold, Jim
April 2004
HR Magazine;Apr2004, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p88
Focuses on the significance of providing opportunities to disabled students in enhancing diversity recruitment and offsetting labor shortages. Concerns on recruiting and hiring students with disabilities; Lack of early work experience among students with disabilities; Strategies used by the American Foundation for the Blind to reduce stress in applying for jobs and to give students confidence to enter the job market. INSET: Easing Job Interview Jitters.


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