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This website provides helpful resources for those wishing to explore employment and self-employment as possible career options. Sign up online to gain access to materials that will help you decide whether employment or self-employment is right for you.

The website provides you with exercises and resources to guide you in achieving your career goals, along with access to weekly workshops, webinars, and tutorials.

According to the 2017 Canadian Survey on Disability, three in five (59 percent) working-age Canadians with disabilities were employed in 2017. The survey also estimated that of people with disabilities who were not working (or in school), nearly 645,000 people (39 percent of unemployed people with disabilities) had the potential to work. This means that three in four (76 percent) people with disabilities—the overwhelming majority—have the capacity to work.

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Make A Change Canada also offers online Certificate Programs in Applied Web Development and Design. In as little as six months you can build your own website and gain valuable technology skills using industry-standard Adobe CC, Bootstrap, and light coding tools such as Brackets. Earn your digital technology certificate online as you build your business from the comfort and convenience of home.

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You find the perfect job posting, create a beautifully designed résumé, follow all the instructions for applying, and even apply early! Yet, much to your surprise, you never receive a call for an interview and are left wondering why you were overlooked.

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