Tight job market presents opportunities to workers with cognitive or behavioral disabilities
Filling job openings can be a full-time job for many employers these days.
It’s estimated two available positions exist for every person looking for a job.
Those numbers are now creating opportunities for people with development or behavioral disabilities to gain employment.
Sarah Barrett has a job stocking shelves at Polkadog in Jamaica Plain. “I like to be really organized. I don’t know what it is, but if there’s something messed up, I have to fix it.” For the rest of the story, click here