Future Career Paths That People With Dyslexia May Enjoy

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Between 5% and 10% of people in the world live with dyslexia – which equates to around 700 million potential or current employees across the globe. It is known that dyslexics often excel in particular areas – including visualizing, inventing, creating and communicating – as reported by Dyslexia Unwrapped (Scotland). World events, economic shifts, and advances in technology mean that a plethora of exciting career opportunities are opening up in various sectors. These opportunities require the skills that many dyslexic people possess. If you are one of them, you might decide that a career in one of these sectors is right for you.

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Jobs and Job Hunting Tips for People with Disabilities

Looking for a new job is stressful. When you have a disability, especially one that can’t be seen, it can be even more stressful. You may feel pressured to list your disability on your CV or be fearful of asking for accommodations after you’re hired if you don’t give them a heads up. But many of these fears are unfounded, and there are laws that make the job search less intimidating. There are also tons of jobs that are ideal for people with physical and neurological disabilities.

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