With an organized record, you'll be able to stay on top of where you are in the job search process and check when it's time to follow up with potential employers.
The Disability Benefits Estimator is a tool that individuals with disabilities can use to make informed choices about benefits. This tool estimates the benefits you may be eligible for based on your current benefits and income. If you are receiving benefits, and your income level is about to change, you can use it to see if and how it may affect them.
Now that you know what career field you are interested in and have the skills needed to land the job, you are ready to start the job search process. It is important to know about job searching tools, creating a resume, networking, applying for a job, and interviewing. These things, along with the other steps you have taken, will help you achieve your career, training and employment goals.
When deciding on whether to enter the workforce it is important to think about what career you might be interested in. You want to be sure that you are going to be doing something that makes you happy. The first step in this process is to explore your skills and interests, along with looking at what you bring to a job as well as what you will need from a job.
When you start working toward reaching your career, training, and employment goals, whether you are a transitioning youth or just re-entering the workforce, it is important to learn about the benefits and services available and where to go to get them.
Once you discover all the benefits that are available to you, it is time to develop a financial management plan and take charge of your money. Sometimes the cost of living with a disability can be overwhelming and you can find yourself in debt. Use these resources to learn how to manage money if you are creating a budget or plan, needing help to get out of debt, or help saving and planning for your future.