By Suzanne Robitaille
In the world of job hunting, finding meaningful work can sometimes feel like spearfishing off a cliff. And if you happen to have a disability, that cliff can be a steep one.
People with disabilities often face a slew of attitudes and misconceptions from employers who may view disability as a weakness instead of an asset. Perhaps that's why the unemployment rate for working-age people with disabilities in July was 13.4 percent, which is 5 percentage points higher than for those without disabilities (8.4 percent).
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