When you have an invisible disability, you’re basically living with a challenging condition that can’t be seen. And because it’s invisible, it’s hard for others to understand and to accommodate, a point that makes job hunting that much harder. That said, we’ve got a couple tips to make that job hunting easier, right after the cut!
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JOB HUNT SERIES
This video is part of the Jobpostings.ca Job Hunt video series designed to help students and recent graduates gain modern and practical job hunting insights and skills.
Our series will cover the various stages of the job hunting process, from Self-Assessment to Resume and Cover Letters to Job Searching to Networking to Interviewing to the First Three Months on the Job.
The series is funded in part by the Ontario Development Media Corporation, Interactive Digital Media fund.
Andrea Jenna | Host
Nathan and Mark Laurie | Executive producers
David Tal | Producer, writer | @DavidTalWrites
Anthony Capano | Creative Director
David Cain | Camera
T. Tieu | Video Editor