Financial Field Offers Opportunities for Americans with Disabilities; LandAjob Gives You Resources You Need
If you are an American with disabilities looking for a job you can do out of your home, don’t look past the financial field. In fact, you will be taking a path a lot of people already have.
“The financial field is one of the top employers for Americans with disabilities,” said Alan Hubbard, LandAjob’s Chief Operating Officer. “The good news is that these are jobs with a lot of growth opportunity and can be well-playing professions.”
LandAjob helps Americans with disabilities find jobs with a free database of more than 600,000 jobs and teaches people how to receive $13,000 in job expenses and reimbursements. You can register for free at www.landajob.org. The money for the job expense can be used for any training you will need for a job in the financial industry.
If you also have experience in the financial field, you will be ahead of the game, but you can get the training and accreditation you need if you develop a game plan, according to alongtheboards.com.
“You will be investing in your future if you decided to get any skills you need,” said Hubbard. “If that is possible, it can be a huge benefit to you long-term financially.”
Working in the financial field remotely can give someone the flexibility to develop their own schedule and save commuting costs.
“As studies show, remote work is becoming more and more of an option for individuals and helps companies with their bottom lines,” said Hubbard. “With these financial jobs, you don’t have to be in the city your company is located in.”
When you are deciding on whether to look at a financial career, you should research the positions you are interested in, find out the requirements and whether they will be a fit for you.
“This is where you should be honest with yourself,” said Hubbard. “A good idea is to list your talents and see how they match up. If it’s a fit, and you are excited about the job, you should go for it.”
Positions recommended for remote work, according to alongtheboards.com, are independent financial planners, financial analysts, chartered accountants, tax researchers, day traders, and financial writers.
(If you are an American with disabilities, LandAjob can help you with a free database of more than 600,000 jobs. You can also learn how to receive up to $13,000 in job reimbursements and expenses. Register for free at www.landajob.org.)
“The financial field is one of the top employers for Americans with disabilities. The good news is that these are jobs with a lot of growth opportunity and can be well-playing professions...”