Employment Options: The Ultimate Resource for Job Seekers with Disabilities and Other Challenges
Author: Employment Options, Inc.
Published: 2011-07-08 : (Rev. 2012-09-21)
Synopsis and Key Points:
Employment Options for Job Seekers with Disabilities and Other Challenges engages readers similar to working with a job placement specialist.
Main DigestIf you or someone you know is looking for a job, an unusual new career book can help.
Employment Options: The Ultimate Resource for Job Seekers with Disabilities and Other Challenges (Bartleby Press), written by Certified Vocational Evaluator, Paula Reuben Vieillet, engages readers to interact in a way similar to working with a job placement specialist.
The book is an outgrowth of the materials Ms. Vieillet has used for over twenty years as a professional vocational rehabilitation counselor.
Her company, Employment Options, Inc., is one of the top five Employment Networks for the Social Security Administration's Ticket To Work program (yourtickettowork.com), a federally sponsored program that provides free job placement services for people receiving Social Security disability.
Ms. Vieillet, says,
"My book helps job hunters take a realistic look at themselves and their challenges, and more importantly, helps them focus on their strengths and abilities on job applications, on their resume and in the interview, so they can get the job! It is a very positive approach and we have a fantastic placement rate."
Using the same positive methodology outlined in the book, Employment Options, Inc. now has staffing relationships with several large call centers and is looking to fill 500 Full and Part time 'Work at Home' Customer service jobs.
Persons receiving SSDI and/or non-retirement SSI, that want to work from home and have computer and customer service experience, can check out the jobs and apply on-line by visiting this website page and completing a pre-qualify form - myemploymentoptions.com/for-job-seekers/
Employment Options staff are committed to assisting Social Security clients for free in finding suitable employment and overcome job hunting anxieties.
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