All the Disability-Related Skills I Can't Put on My Resume | Sarah Blahovec

February 24, 2015 10:05 PM

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All the Disability-Related Skills I Can't Put on My Resume | Sarah Blahovec

By now, you've probably skimmed over my meticulously-worded resume, and maybe you've even made up your mind as to whether I'm as qualified as the nearly identical resumes of my fellow recent graduates. You may have even Googled me and seen the many blogs I have written about my disability and have formed your opinion on them. As I have been told by many human resources professionals, disability is a subject that can scare many off because of the perception of weakness, inefficiency and need. However, I could create a completely different application package including all of my disability and chronic illness-related skills and accomplishments, one that paints a far more complete picture of my potential as an employee. So, without further ado, here are my disability-related job skills, in cover letter form.

As a seven-year Crohnie (Crohn's Disease patient) and proud member of the disability community, I am used to upholding my responsibilities in a fast-paced and challenging environment. From the time I was diagnosed in high school, I was intent on ensuring that my medical issues did not get in the way...

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