Yet, it can be extremely difficult for many disabled people to find understanding employers. Corporations want robots. There’s no room for any shortfalls, even if you make up for it in alternate ways, such as creativity and charisma. How is it that one in every five Americans has a disability? New Orleans Saints 2018 NFC South Division Champions shirt I have a disability in I’ve never met anyone else with a disability in person. I mean obviously we go out a lot less and it’s a lot harder for us to get around. Also, there are more than 250 million people in America as of 2018, maybe the article is old. And I imagine that disabilities are much more common among people who are older than me and who are married so they just sort of stay in their Lane with their families.
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I have severe depression and severe fibromyalgia and know firsthand about the challenges faced by disabled people in the workforce. It goes far beyond employers not being willing to accommodate us. I’m a software engineer and the easiest way to advance in my New Orleans Saints 2018 NFC South Division Champions shirt is to change jobs every couple of years, which I’m terrified to do because my current employer has mostly been very good as far as working with me and if I change jobs, I have no idea what I’m walking into. Despite the fact that I love my current job, I also want to change jobs because there are things my health insurance doesn’t cover that I need to be covered and because there are certain accommodations my employer isn’t willing to make for me that I really need, but the same problem.
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Before I got sick I considered going into business for myself, but not being part of a group health plan is a financial death sentence. I also love my boss and it’s hard knowing that my very existence is a huge bureaucratic headache for her, and while I don’t think she resents me for it, she easily could. I know I have colleagues who refuse to work with me because I’m not always available at normal 9-5 times. I guess my point is, try to be accommodating toward disabled people. Being disabled is hard in ways people who aren’t can’t even imagine, many of us suffer in ways you can’t see just looking at us, and in most places, special accommodations aren’t special treatment; they’re not even equal treatment. It’s the bare minimum the company can do to avoid a lawsuit.