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Top 20 Jobs for People with Disabilities in 2024

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate among people living with disabilities was just under 8 percent in 2022. 

The good news is that this stat has decreased by 2.5 percentage points from the previous year, indicating employment is on the rise within the disabled community. 

Thanks to advancements in the assistive technologies space and the growing awareness of physical and online accessibility requirements, disabilities are no longer a barrier to work. 

People living with disabilities are just as capable of contributing to society as anyone else and the growing number of job opportunities is a testament to this.

And if you’re currently searching for a job, we have outlined some of the best jobs for people with disabilities below. 

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Jobs for People with Mental or Learning Disabilities

Jobs for People with Mental or Learning Disabilities

People with learning or mental disabilities still possess a diverse range of skills, so the jobs they choose will depend on their individual strengths and weaknesses as well as support needs. 

Receptionists, data entry clerks, and admin assistants are all ideal for those with mental or learning disabilities. This is mainly because they require structured routines and repetitive or organized tasks. 

Whether in-person or over the phone, someone with strong interpersonal and communication skills can thrive in a customer service role. This could include answering inquiries and assisting and supporting customers. 

Restaurant hosting and assisting in hotels and kitchens is another role that’s ideal for people with learning and mental disabilities. Again, this is due to the structured nature of these roles as well as the opportunity to work as part of a team. 

Many people within the disabled community have strong and unique creative talents that can be put to good use in fields such as music, photography, and graphic design. 

Due to the organized and repetitive nature of jobs in the manufacturing and assembly space, roles such as packaging, quality control, and product assembly make for the best jobs for people with mental and learning disabilities. 

Jobs for People with Physical Disabilities

Jobs for People with Physical Disabilities

People struggling with physical limitations due to injury or disease are better suited to roles that are office-based and require little to no manual labor. Naturally, the nature of the physical disability will play a role in the position that can be fulfilled.

While this does require a specific qualification, a role as an accountant is ideal for someone with a physical disability because it can be done from home or an office. What’s more, accountants are capable of earning high-paying salaries, particularly if they move into an auditing role. 

As a desk-based role, human resources is another area that people with physical disabilities should explore, particularly if they have good communication and interpersonal skills. The role can also be applied across a wide variety of sectors, which is an added benefit.

The technology sector is forever growing and evolving, which means IT professionals will always be in demand. This is another role that can be performed from almost anywhere, provided you have the right equipment. 

As more brands shift their focus to digital marketing, web designers, especially those with strong creative and technological skills, can earn an excellent salary. Again, this is another role that can be fulfilled from home or at an accessible office.

There are so many topics that counseling touches on, making it one of the most interesting and fulfilling jobs for people with physical disabilities. An added benefit is that you can counsel clients from home or even online.

Jobs for People with Visual or Hearing Disabilities

Jobs for People with Visual or Hearing Disabilities

Even though visual and hearing disabilities may come across as barriers to work, they’re anything but, particularly with the abundance of assistive technology available today. Here are some of the best jobs for people with hearing and visual disabilities.

Marketing covers a wide spectrum of skills, which means professionals with hearing and visual disabilities have an array of jobs available to them. From copywriting and social media marketing to marketing management, with the help of assistive technology, anyone can fulfill one or more of these types of roles.

Assistive technology and software development go hand in hand. With the right tools and knowledge, this is a job that can be done by anyone from home or an office.

Visual and hearing disabilities do not have to prevent them from teaching others. With knowledge of specific topics, good communication skills, and the right tools, it’s possible to be a tutor from anywhere.

Businesses, banks, insurance companies, and pension funds all rely on financial analysts to help their businesses thrive. Even those with hearing and visual impairments are able to advise businesses and people on how to spend and invest their hard-earned money.

Preparing documents, research, admin, providing quotes, and interviewing people are all tasks that people with disabilities are able to perform as a paralegal. 

At-Home Jobs for People with Disabilities

At-Home Jobs for People with Disabilities

Working from home is more common than ever before, which means the disabled community has even more job opportunities available to them.

Depending on what you choose to sell, eCommerce can be a lucrative opportunity. What’s more, setting up an online store is simple with platforms such as Shopify, Wix, and BigCommerce.

Converting audio notes from medical professionals into written notes is another way to make money from home as a person living with disabilities. This job requires strong listening skills, familiarity with medical terminology, and accurate typing abilities.

Businesses across the globe need call center agents to field queries and handle complaints from customers, a job that can easily be performed at home with a phone and assistive technology.

Companies are unable to make informed decisions without the right information, which is where online researchers come in. It helps to have knowledge of specific topics for certain projects, but for everything else, all you need is a strong internet connection and logical thinking skills. 

As more businesses prioritize accessibility, the demand for consultants who can guide them during this process has risen. There are several accessibility certifications available that can get you started on this career path. 

What About SSDI?

Many people living with disabilities are concerned about their Social Security Disability Insurance once they start considering finding employment. 

The good news is that even if you’re currently receiving insurance payments, the law dictates that you’re still permitted to engage in meaningful work, but there are caps on what you’re able to earn in a given month. 

The best option is to contact your Social Security case manager to find out more about what your options are based on your current disability and the benefits you receive.

If you are given the go-ahead to work, you now have some options to start with. 

In Closing

With the help of technology and the right skills, it is possible for people living with disabilities to conquer the working world and fulfill their professional dreams and ambitions, and these jobs are a good place to start.

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Jacqueline
Jacqueline
5 months ago

I’m looking for employment opportunities for my son with an intellectual disability.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
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Reply to  Jacqueline
8 days ago

Hi Jacqueline,

Here are some employment opportunities tailored for individuals with intellectual disabilities:

(1) Grocery Store Clerk: Many grocery stores hire individuals with intellectual disabilities to work as clerks, assisting customers, stocking shelves, or bagging groceries. This role provides opportunities for social interaction and building organizational skills.

(2) Office Assistant: Entry-level office positions such as filing clerk, mailroom assistant, or office aide can be suitable for individuals with intellectual disabilities who excel in structured environments and routine tasks.

(3) Cafeteria Worker: Schools, hospitals, and corporate cafeterias often hire individuals with disabilities to work in food service roles, such as assisting with meal preparation, serving food, or cleaning tables. This job offers hands-on experience in a team-oriented environment.

(4) Hotel Housekeeper: Many hotels and resorts employ individuals with disabilities as housekeepers, responsible for cleaning guest rooms, replenishing supplies, and maintaining cleanliness throughout the facility. This role offers a structured routine and the opportunity to work independently.

(5) Retail Stock Clerk: Retail stores frequently hire individuals with intellectual disabilities to work as stock clerks, responsible for unpacking shipments, organizing merchandise, and maintaining inventory levels. This position allows for physical activity and may offer opportunities for advancement within the company.

Mushraf Ali
Mushraf Ali
4 months ago

Actually I am disabled young man.
I am seeking best job for data entry.
My family is very poor.

Sylvia Jackson-Bamgbose
Sylvia Jackson-Bamgbose
3 months ago

I am having back issues and keep losing my job because when I get flare ups I can’t get out of my house. I’m looking for something I can do from home. How do I find a job working from home.

Felix
Felix
3 months ago

Am disable from Ghana with much skills and been neglected, but my dream is to be help or employee in any work in the USA

Hassan
Hassan
3 months ago

Graphics Design

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Hassan
17 hours ago

Hi Hassan,

Great! Here are some resources to help you find work as a graphic designer, especially tailored for someone with a disability:
Job Search Platforms

Upwork: Freelance platform with many graphic design opportunities.
Fiverr: Offer graphic design services to a global market.
Indeed: Search for remote graphic design jobs.
FlexJobs: Curated remote and flexible job listings.
Behance: Showcase your portfolio and connect with potential clients.

I hope you find this information useful.

Loretha Hillard
Loretha Hillard
3 months ago

I’m looking for a work from home job

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Loretha Hillard
17 hours ago

Hi Loretha,

Sure! Here are some work-from-home job options for individuals with disabilities:
Job Options

(1) Customer Service Representative
Virtual Assistant
Data Entry Clerk
Content Writer/Editor
Graphic Designer
Social Media Manager
Web Developer
Online Tutor

(2) Transcriptionist
Freelance Writer/Designer

Job Search Platforms

These roles and resources can help you find suitable work-from-home employment.

Rakesh
Rakesh
3 months ago

Jobs

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Rakesh
18 hours ago

Hi Rakesh,

Here are some job options suitable for individuals with disabilities:

Remote and Office-Based Jobs such as Customer Service Representative, Data Entry Clerk, Content Writer/Editor, Virtual Assistant can provide administrative support to businesses from home.

These options can help you find suitable employment that accommodates your abilities and needs.

Ganapavarapu veena
Ganapavarapu veena
3 months ago

I need a job

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Ganapavarapu veena
18 hours ago

Hi Ganapavarapu,

Here are some job options suitable for individuals with disabilities:

Remote and Office-Based Jobs such as Customer Service Representative, Data Entry Clerk, Content Writer/Editor, Virtual Assistant can provide administrative support to businesses from home.

These options can help you find suitable employment that accommodates your abilities and needs.

Thea Dora Langdon
Thea Dora Langdon
3 months ago

I am a person with a disability, and can work within the range of policy that’s required by government. I do have 30+years of administrative,client services, and telephone technique experience.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Thea Dora Langdon
5 days ago

Hi Thea,

Given your extensive experience and ability to work within government policies, consider these options:

(1) Government Jobs: Apply for administrative and client service roles on government job portals.
(2) Nonprofits: Organizations like the National Disability Authority may have relevant job openings.
(3) Job Boards: Check AbilityJobs and other disability-specific job sites for suitable positions.

These options can leverage your skills and accommodate your needs. Let me know if you need more help. Thanks.

Gerry
Gerry
3 months ago

Hi. I am a skilled person with disability, however, from the Philippines. I am just wondering if the institution welcome applicants continuing career or job opportunities regardless of the country originating from? I am soon to retire from government service at 65. And modesty aside, I attend to children with special health needs oral health, behavior assessment and management. I perform the American Sign Language or ASL for the Deaf. Hoping for a favorable response. Thank you very much.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Gerry
5 days ago

Hi Gerry,

Many international institutions welcome skilled applicants regardless of their country of origin. Here are some options for you:

(1) Remote Work Platforms: Websites like Upwork and Remote.co offer remote job opportunities worldwide.
(2) International Job Boards: Websites like Indeed and LinkedIn have global job listings.
(3) Specialized Platforms: Sites like FlexJobs and AbilityJobs cater to skilled workers with disabilities.

These platforms often value diverse experiences and skills, making them suitable for continuing your career globally. I hope you find this information useful. Thank you.

Andrew vanOver
Andrew vanOver
3 months ago

I can’t walk without my legs hurting are there restraints that I can clean tables

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Andrew vanOver
5 days ago

Hi Andrew,

You may consider using a wheelchair or mobility scooter to clean tables without straining your legs. I hope this answers your question.

Thank you.

sophia harris
sophia harris
3 months ago

I’m 56 years of age and would love to become a Medical Transcriptionist .How or what do I need to do

Joshua Obare
Joshua Obare
3 months ago

Seeking job to honestly prove disability is not inability. Am totally qualified driver and at moment am active diver. Got accident 10 years back and amputed right hand due to tragic road accident. Am already adapted and moved on….

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Joshua Obare
5 days ago

Hi Joshua,

To find a suitable job, you may consider these steps:

(1) Update Resume: Emphasize your qualifications, skills, and resilience.
(2) Network: Connect with organizations that support disabled professionals.
(3) Inclusive Employers: Apply to companies known for hiring and supporting disabled employees.

I hope you find this information useful. Thank you.

mercy mathew
mercy mathew
2 months ago

My son is learning disabled.Now after completing plus two exam he wants some job.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  mercy mathew
6 days ago

Hi Mercy,

For your son, consider these job options:

(1) Office Assistant: Assisting with clerical tasks and organization.
(2) Retail Associate: Providing customer service and assistance in a store.
(3) Cafeteria Worker: Assisting in food preparation and service.
(4) Janitorial Staff: Performing cleaning duties in various facilities.

These roles typically offer entry-level positions and can accommodate different levels of ability. This should help.

Jill Bowler-Schreuer
Jill Bowler-Schreuer
2 months ago

I’m physically permanently partial disabled from a work injury with a 15lb limitation. Looking for any online employment. I have a quiet work station area in my home and laptop. Thank you

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Jill Bowler-Schreuer
6 days ago

Hi Jill Bowler-Schreuer,

You may consider these online jobs suitable for your situation:

(1) Virtual Assistant
(2) Customer Service Representative
(3) Data Entry Specialist
(4) Content Writer/Editor
(5) Online Tutor

I hope you find this information useful.

Ana Maria
Ana Maria
2 months ago

I am from Philippines I am a disabled person,I want to find job that capable with my condition..please help me

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Ana Maria
6 days ago

Hi Ana Maria,

You may consider these remote jobs for a person with disabilities in the Philippines:

(1) Virtual Assistant
(2) Online Customer Support
(3) Content Writer
(4) Data Entry Specialist
(5) Graphic Designer

Hope this works for you.

Paris
Paris
2 months ago

I’m excited to try to work again, I have disabilities, I wish I normal… I have cadi waiver, please contact me, help me get started

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Paris
6 days ago

Hi Paris,

You may consider these jobs for a person with disabilities who has a CADI waiver:

(1) Remote Customer Service Representative
(2) Virtual Assistant
(3) Data Entry Specialist
(4) Online Tutor
(5) Content Writer

I hope you find this information useful.

Alexis
Alexis
2 months ago

I’m visually impaired but I’m good at administrative work and have a college degree. I need to work from home because I’m not able to drive. Or, I need to get a job paying enough to pay for Uber or Lyft to get to work. Exceptional work ethic, computer skills, etc

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Alexis
6 days ago

Hi Alexis,

Consider these work-from-home jobs for a visually impaired person skilled in administrative tasks with a college degree:

(1) Virtual Assistant
(2) Data Entry Specialist
(3) Remote Administrative Coordinator
(4) Online Customer Support
(5) Transcriptionist

I hope you find this information useful.

Amanda Frazier Timpson
Amanda Frazier Timpson
2 months ago

This article is very short sighted. Knowing their strengths and how to compensate for their limitations and building a like that takes those things into consideration is nothing new to disabled adults. They had to figure that out just to get to the point in their lives when they’re ready for work. It’s VERY basic to recommend a desk job for someone with limited mobility, etc. The real challenges are: 1) figuring out how to pay for adaptive equipment that would even the playing field, and 2) overcoming the ignorance, misinformation and stigma that will prevent disabled people from getting hired in the first place. That is way more disabling that any diagnoses.

Takyra galloway
Takyra galloway
2 months ago

I need better jobs and I have two kids single mother and I’m hearing paired was born deaf and I got my cochlear implant done in October

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Takyra galloway
6 days ago

Hi Takyra,

You may consider these job options for a single mother like you, with hearing impairment who recently received a cochlear implant:

(1) Remote Customer Support: Flexible hours and work from home.
(2) Data Entry Specialist: Minimal communication required, can work remotely.
(3) Content Writing/Editing: Flexible, home-based, minimal auditory demands.
(4) Administrative Assistant: Organizational tasks, possible remote work.

I hope you find this information useful.

corchesi mihai
corchesi mihai
2 months ago

hello, I am a person with psoriasis and I want to find a job

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  corchesi mihai
6 days ago

Hi Corchesi Mihai,

You might want to consider these jobs:

(1) Remote Customer Service
(2) Content Writer
(3)Data Entry Specialist
(4) Graphic Designer

These roles offer flexibility and minimal physical interaction, accommodating your condition. This should help.

M Qayumshah
M Qayumshah
1 month ago

Actually I am disabled young man.
I am seeking best job for data entry.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  M Qayumshah
7 days ago

Hi M Qayumshah,

You could explore opportunities as a data entry clerk in industries like Healthcare, Finance, or Government agencies. Additionally, remote data entry positions might offer flexibility to accommodate your disability. This should help.

Nonzuzo
Nonzuzo
1 month ago

I’m looking for a reception job

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Nonzuzo
7 days ago

Hi Nonzuzo,

You could apply for receptionist positions in various industries such as Healthcare Cacilities, Corporate Offices, Hotels, or Educational Institutions. I hope you find this information useful.

Muhammad Arslan Akram
Muhammad Arslan Akram
1 month ago

Need job
I’m disable person done MBA with 14 years work experience
Please suggest job

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Muhammad Arslan Akram
7 days ago

Hi Muhammad,

You may consider roles like Business Consultant, Project Manager, Marketing Manager, or Entrepreneur, leveraging your MBA and extensive work experience. I hope you find this information useful.

Nadia
Nadia
1 month ago

Sales

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Nadia
6 days ago

Hi Nadia,

You might excel in sales roles like:

(1) Inside Sales Representative
(2) Customer Relationship Manager
(3) Sales Support Specialist
(4) Telemarketing

These roles can be adapted to accommodate various disabilities. I hope you find this information useful.

Brenda Lopez
Brenda Lopez
1 month ago

I Can’t help people and also can’t count money only a little but not alot but I am really good at stocking things and cleaning

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Brenda Lopez
7 days ago

Hi Brenda,

You might excel in roles such as:

(1) Shelf stocker in retail stores or supermarkets.
(2) Housekeeping roles in hotels or residential facilities.
(3) Inventory management assistant, where your organizational skills are valued over your math abilities.

These positions prioritize your strengths in stocking and cleaning while minimizing the need for extensive math skills.

Gladys
Gladys
1 month ago

What summer jobs can a 14 year old boy with intellectual disabilities do.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Gladys
7 days ago

Hi Gladys,

Here are some suitable summer jobs for a 14-year-old boy with intellectual disabilities:

Assisting with simple tasks at a local community center or library.
Helping with gardening or basic landscaping for neighbors or local businesses.
Assisting at a pet shelter with feeding, cleaning, or socializing animals.
Working at a local farm or farmer’s market, helping with basic chores or selling produce.
Assisting with light cleaning or organizing tasks at a small business or family-owned shop.
Helping out at a summer camp for children with disabilities, providing support and assistance under supervision.

Christo Bakkes
Christo Bakkes
1 month ago

Disability is sight. Got only 10 sight due to eye sickness at 40 of age.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Christo Bakkes
7 days ago

Hi Christo,

You could explore careers in accessibility consulting, software development with a focus on accessibility features, or audio transcription. Additionally, you might consider roles in customer service, where verbal communication skills can be more heavily relied upon, or pursue freelance writing or editing positions. This should help

Muhammad owais Khan
Muhammad owais Khan
28 days ago

Hi to all my Senior management. Hope you good I am from Pakistan I am disabled person I lost my right leg in car accident but I am walking Easily in Artificial Leg I have Done Bachelor Of STATISTICS I am jobless currently I need your help kindly reply me back if anyone support me owaisk03@gmail.com this is my email address

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Muhammad owais Khan
7 days ago

Hi Muhammad,

We suggest you seek support from disability organizations or government programs for job placement assistance. This should help.

Linda Sanders
Linda Sanders
27 days ago

Looking for a position to work from home or in office on part time basis

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Linda Sanders
7 days ago

Hi Linda,

You could consider roles like virtual assistant, customer service representative, freelance writer, or online tutor for part-time work that can be done remotely or in an office setting. I hope you find this information useful.

Linda Martel
Linda Martel
27 days ago

My son is on the spectrum and is high functioning. He is on disability and needs a job.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Linda Martel
7 days ago

Hi Linda,

A job in data analysis, IT support, or software testing could be suitable for someone with high-functioning autism due to their focus on structured tasks, attention to detail, and logical thinking. I hope you find this information useful.

Aaron Dombrowski
Aaron Dombrowski
23 days ago

Dyslexia and learning disability

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Aaron Dombrowski
7 days ago

Hi,

Jobs in visual arts, entrepreneurship, or trades like carpentry or plumbing often suit people with dyslexia and learning disabilities due to emphasis on hands-on tasks or creative problem-solving rather than heavy reading or writing.

I hope you find this information useful.

Marie
Marie
14 days ago

Looking for part time job. I use a roller walker due to back issues. I’m 59 yrs old and need to work to help with rent. Former CNA/Care Giver of 11 yrs and 8 months.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Marie
7 days ago

Hi Maria,

You can explore part-time remote opportunities in Care giving support or administrative tasks with your past experience as a CNA/caregiver. Hope this works for you.

Charles stewart
Charles stewart
14 days ago

Yes I am looking for jobs I have a leg disability

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Charles stewart
8 days ago

Hi Charles,

Here’s a job suggestion suitable for someone with a leg disability: Customer Service Representative (Remote).

In today’s digital age, many companies offer remote customer service positions that can be performed from the comfort of home. This role typically involves interacting with customers via phone, email, or chat to assist with inquiries, resolve issues, and provide support.

Laxmi kanwer
Laxmi kanwer
6 days ago

Call center

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Laxmi kanwer
5 days ago

Hi Laxmi,

Here are some suggested jobs in a Call Center.
(1) Customer Service Rep
(2) Technical Support
(3) Chat Support Agent
(3) Sales Representative
(4) Order Processor
(5) Help Desk Analyst

I hope you find this information useful. Thanks.

Hillary Bennett
Hillary Bennett
5 days ago

I recently had a stroke last year in September and now I have a disability. I would like to work from home but I don’t have any experience in anything but I am trainable and teachable to learn. How can I be able to apply for the jobs on this site.

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Hillary Bennett
1 day ago

Hi Hillary,

I’m sorry to hear about your stroke, but it’s great that you’re looking to find work from home. Here are steps to help you apply for remote jobs, even without prior experience.

1. Identify Your Strengths and Interests. Think about what tasks you enjoy or have some familiarity with. Consider roles that require skills you can easily learn, such as customer service, data entry, or virtual assistance.

2. Create a Resume and Cover Letter. Explain your eagerness to learn and adapt, emphasizing your trainability.

3. Search for Entry-Level Remote Jobs. Use sites like Indeed, FlexJobs, Remote.co, and We Work Remotely.

4. Prepare for Interviews and practice Common Questions: Be ready to discuss your adaptability, willingness to learn, and how you overcame challenges.

By following these steps, you can increase your chances of securing a remote job. Good luck!

Tyraneshia
Tyraneshia
2 days ago

I am seeking an job too

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Tyraneshia
1 day ago

Hi Tyraneshia,

Here are some concise job suggestions for a person with a disability:

Remote Work: Customer Service Representative, Data Entry Specialist, and Content Writer/Editor

Freelancing: Graphic Designer, Web Developer, and Social Media Manager

Creative and Artistic Roles: Artist/Illustrator, Craftsperson, and Photographer

Education and Training: Tutor, and Online Course Instructor

Administrative Roles: Virtual Assistant, and Bookkeeper

These roles offer flexibility and can be tailored to individual needs.

Naresh
Naresh
1 day ago

Handcap

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Naresh
1 day ago

Hi Naresh,

Here are some job suggestions that can be suitable for individuals with various types of disabilities, emphasizing flexibility, accessibility, and inclusiveness: Customer Service Representative, Social Media Manager, Artist/Illustrator, Online Course Instructor and Medical Transcriptionist.

Roy Brooks
Roy Brooks
1 day ago

I’m looking for a job I have a class five I feel the best job for me would be a delivery driver I have been out of work since 2014 I feel I’m ready to work my disability is hip replacement bad knees and ankles and tendonitis in my right hand and my neck is not great I know I can drive and deliver packages I’m very responsible and reliable

Tina Doms
Tina Doms
Admin
Reply to  Roy Brooks
18 hours ago

Hi Roy,

Given your situation and skills, becoming a delivery driver sounds like a feasible option. Here are some steps to help you find a job as a delivery driver:

(1) Update Your Resume. Highlight your driving experience, reliability, and any other relevant skills. Even if you’ve been out of work since 2014, include any volunteer work or tasks you’ve done that show your responsibility and reliability.

(2) Look for Job Listings, websites like Indeed, Monster, and Glassdoor have numerous listings for delivery driver positions. Tailor your search to your location and type of work you’re looking for.

(3) Consider Gig Economy Opportunities. Rideshare and Delivery Apps, and Companies like Uber Eats, DoorDash, Postmates, and Instacart often have flexible delivery driver positions. These roles can be a good fit if you need flexibility due to your disability.

Hope this works for you.