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Job search

Job seekers with disabilities have many job search resources.

Image of two men for job search online image.Job search help is available to all job seekers at approximately 2,000 American Job Centers located throughout the U.S. Services include free access to job banks, computers, resume writing tools and printers, networking groups and workshops, and more. People who have a disability may be eligible for additional services from the Vocational Rehabilitation Program, a core partner at AJCs. Learn more about American Job Centers.

The Job Accommodation Network has a four-step job search guide that is an excellent place to start your job search: Finding a Job that is Right for You: A Practical Approach to Looking for a Job as a Person with a Disability. The Employer Assistance & Resource Network (EARN) offers a list of organizations that provide assistance to job seekers with disabilities.

There are a number of job posting sites for job seekers with disabilities to explore, including:

For details on all aspects of job search, view CareerOneStop Job Search.