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Keeping a Job

Businessman in a wheelchair smiling, colleagues in background businessman smiling young man with Down Syndrome, working at a desk with a cup of coffee next to his keyboard

Now that the job has been obtained, the real challenge begins, keeping it. Some youth may require job accommodations that help a qualified worker do assigned job duties. Others may explore how postsecondary education can help build skills needed for career advancement. Understanding how to be successful on the job can lead to less bumps in the employment road.

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Meet Nick


Meet Jared


Skills to Pay the Bills:
Professionalism


Skills to Pay the Bills:
Teamwork

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