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Content Warning: Questions may be upsetting for some viewers to read. Please proceed with caution, at your own risk. At Bachelor's in Disability, we are facilitating these difficult conversations with the goal of identifying and erasing biases. If you read an uncomfortable question and wonder why we would address it, consider that the questioner could hold a position that directly impacts the health and safety of the people in the question.

The Questions: What People Want to Know about Disability

Check it out! Anonymous questions about disability from people who want to learn. If you are a disabled/ person with disabilities, click on a question below to share your response.

How is technology changing your opportunities for employment?

Given the COVID protocols and lockdowns of the past few years, has the rise in remote working and related technologies giving more opportunities to workers with disabilities?

If a person has a social interaction disability, do corporations have a policy to assist an applicant during the interview/hiring process?

How do in-person vs. remote interviews affect the opportunities people with disabilities have?

What are the best ways to support people with disabilities as an able-bodied individual?

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