Best Jobs for People with Disabilities

As the adage goes, disability is not inability, and as such, there are good jobs for people with disabilities. Regardless of your condition, for as long as you can use your strongest skills, you can get a decent, fulfilling, and well-paying job.

So many companies of late have started creating jobs for people with disabilities, and you might be lucky to find one. In case you haven’t seen one, get a hold of someone who can support your dreams, and help you set your foot in the door.

The following is just a list of ideal jobs that we think might be a good fit for you. We selected this according to what other disabled people are doing. Never limit yourself; if you can envision it, you can achieve it.

Jobs for People with Disabilities

Accountant

Well, if you have a love for numbers, then accounting might be the best job for you. Handling financial matters in any company is one of the best ways to keep your mind active throughout your career. The good news is that this is something that can be done from a desk that is custom-designed for you. Most accountants, auditors, and bookkeepers earn between $42,110 to $78,820.

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Pharmacists

Most pharmacies are now open to hiring disabled people. If you want to pursue a career as a pharmacist, there is hope to get a job. Do not get discouraged by your state; it will be well.

There are also sales jobs mostly to outgoing people with disabilities. If you are that person, there is a job waiting for you. Depending on the kind of pharmacist job you are doing, you will make around $29,190 yearly as a pharmacy aide. If you are in sales, you will earn about $91,830 yearly. Pharmacists earn around $113,670, and a technician will earn around $34,020.

Remote Jobs

Have you considered seeking jobs that allow you to work from home? Well, thanks to technology, you can do just that. If you are in a position where you are not fit to go out of your home to work or find the means to commute, you might as well look into remote jobs. There are several options here, and your choices are unlimited as long as you have the right skills and equipment to use. If you are good with words, consider becoming a remote writer or author, and here you can make as much as $73,090 yearly.

Other options include remote graphic designers, who make up to $54,680; web developers, who earn up to $75,580; or computer wizards and computer support specialists, who can earn up to $55,050. The thing with remote jobs is that you need to be focused, determined, and hardworking to land some of these jobs. And most importantly, you will need a stable Internet connection and a computer.

Teaching

This kind of job is best for people with visual impairments. Teaching, especially kids, would be one of the greatest ways you can bring out your distinctive insights and put them in a classroom. This is because kids need challenging situations to help them grow. If you are a teaching assistant, you will earn about $28,750 yearly; elementary school teachers earn up to $62,200 yearly; and childcare teachers earn up to $24,610 yearly.

Musician

Yes, you heard that right. If you have the right vocals, give singing a shot. Maybe you are a talented violinist or guitarist. There are symphonies and studios all around the world looking to produce great talent, and if you have it, you should go for it. The sky should never even be the limit.

Believe in yourself, make the right relationships, keep the right company, and get a mentor; you will smile your way to the bank. As a musician, salary will depend on whether you are working alone, under someone, or in a band.

Bottom Line

Just because you have a disability doesn’t mean that it’s the end of the world. Not at all. For as long as you are willing to work hard and stay determined to achieve your dreams, it is possible. Other people in your state have it done it, and so can you. Make your due diligence, send in your applications, and we wish you the best of luck!

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