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CAREERS & the disABLED Magazine, established in 1986, is the nation's first and only career-guidance and recruitment magazine for people with disabilities who are at undergraduate, graduate, or professional levels. Each issue features a special Braille section.

CAREERS & the disABLED has won many awards, including several media "Award of Excellence" acknowledgments from the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities.

This magazine reaches people with disabilities nationwide at their home addresses, colleges and universities, and chapters of student and professional organizations through a paid subscription.

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Medical Marvels
Opportunities abound in pharma/biomed for professionals to help heal the world via innovative medical marvels.  read more

  Gift From a Stranger Unwraps Musical Genius of Blind, Partial Deaf Pianist
Brian Horberg, 30, of Danbury, CT barely remembers chatting with a man at Stop and Shop when was about nine or 10 years old.  read more



Honing Job-Hunt Prowess
Those on the job hunt for their first professional position, a career shift or a more prestigious role within an organization need to ensure their job-hunt prowess is on point and provides competitive edge.  read more


American Family's Collier Effects Professional Change For Employees With Disabilities
Kate Collier, a technical project manager for American Family and the co-lead of the insurance company’s Abilities business resource group (ABRG), came to her leadership position via both personal interest and a prior professional focus, as she has an autistic son. read more


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