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Starting a New Career Without a New Degree

The new year often brings a desire for new beginnings with it.  For some, this includes the start of a new career.  Taking a leap into anything new can be intimidating but may ultimately end up being a very crucial step to a rewarding, sustainable financial future.  There are many reasons to start a new […]

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“Alone we can do little, together we can do much.” This well-known quote from Helen Keller has no doubt moved many. But as an advocate for people with disabilities and a member of the deaf-blind community herself, employU client Darlene finds this particular quote significant. Darlene explains, “[It] implies a need to be supportive and [...]
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Formally trained at The Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Kyle has both education and prior job experience backing him when looking for employment.  Yet, Kyle still struggled to find the right fit – one that provided stability while accommodating his needs. In July 2020, Kyle was referred to employU through Vocational Rehabilitation for assistance in […]

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As an Army veteran, Tyrone has always been committed to serving the community. After his military service, he continued to offer his support by building accessibility ramps for other veterans. When an injury took him off of his feet, Tyrone decided to participate in a program at the VA Hospital that helps veterans learn valuable […]

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Finding the right career – something that fits your interests, skillset, and needs – can be tricky. This is a task that can be overwhelming for anyone. But for people with disabilities who are in need of accommodations, there is often an added complexity to the job search process. This is where Job Coaches and […]

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employU would like to welcome April Piazza to the employU family! April is coming on board as employU’s Human Resources Manager. With over 16 years of experience in the Human Resources field, a Bachelor’s of Science in Human Resources and Management, and professional certifications of SHRM-CP and PHR, she brings a wealth of knowledge to […]

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When it comes to SSI (Supplemental Security Income) and Medicaid, it is important to be aware of how your actions and finances can affect your benefits. Along with limited income, having less than $2,000 in assets for a single person (and less than $3,000 for a couple) is a qualification requirement.  So, does that mean you cannot put more than a few thousand […]

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