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CareerOneStop is a comprehensive resource developed by the U. S. Department of Labor. It provides information on careers, education and training, practical tips on resumes and interviews, job search guidance, and local employment assistance.

For information and guidance in all aspects of employment and career development, consult the Job Accommodation Network’s Finding a Job that is Right for You: A Practical Approach to Looking for a Job as a Person with a Disability. The guide provides information that can help you with each step of your job search process.

GettingHired.com is a comprehensive online site offering “Careers & Community for Talented People with Disabilities.”

The U.S. Department of Labor's My Skills, My Future website helps job seekers match their skills with new careers and find out what training is needed to move from one job to another.

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ARIZONA@WORK

ARIZONA@WORK is a statewide public and private partnership with a network of 47 local offices in 12 regional areas that helps employers and job seekers connect. Its free services and resources can help you find work.

Arizona Rehabilitation Services

Arizona Rehabilitation Services helps individuals with disabilities prepare for, start, and keep employment. Contact a Vocational Rehabilitation office in your area to sign up for an orientation to learn about the eligibility requirements and available services.

AZ LINKS – Aging and Disability Resource Center

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