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  1. Something from Mel says:

    I think it’s a fantastic idea to promote opportunity for people in wheelchairs. It’s critical that everyone in the community is offered employment as this is a key factor of economic growth. A diverse workforce is also important to embedding positive community values and I’ve found that your website offers information on how to do this. Great site with great ideals.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Mel 🙂

  2. You have presented to us a compelling story in which I will certainly think differently about the issue of wheelchairs and trying to make a living. The options you give are certainly worth attention, but as you laid out the challenges these people face, it just clicked in my mind about affiliate marketing. And there it was, your conclusion. Affiliate Marketing and especially Wealthy Affiliate is the perfect “job” for the wheelchair bound. Access to a computer and a willingness to learn are the job requirements. Well done, Stephan!


    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks Warren 🙂

  3. Great article, thank you for telling it. I have a little story to add here myself. I am a Recruitment Consultant and I put forward a candidate for a role, but I didn’t know that the company didn’t have any disabled toilets in the location the person was to be working at. YIKES! In this day and age, I just naturally assumed that it was “taken care of”, but it hadn’t been. Anyway, the candidate had to connect with a voluntary service that took portable disabled toilets to various workplaces. This then enabled the employer to offer the candidate the role and they could become the next employee.
    This story ended well, but this is 2017, we need to do better than this!
    I am glad websites like this exist so that people in wheelchairs know that there are positive options out there in the world and that they can have a wonderful working career too.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Great story, thanks for sharing it! 🙂

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