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Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities, 3rd Edition by Daniel J. Ryan Ph.D.

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CHAPTER 12Keeping the Job

Once you have accepted a job offer, feel free to celebrate your accomplishment. Take a few moments to look back over the past several months and make mental notes of your progress. If possible, write them down. You have a lot to be proud of, because too many job seekers with disabilities quit before you did. Hopefully, what you have done will serve as an example for others.

Don’t pull any muscles as you pat yourself on the back, though. You have a lot of work left to do as you shift gears and focus on keeping your job. You do not want to be content with just getting the job. Your goal now, no matter what your job is, is to be the best possible _________ in your organization and, in fact, to be the best _________ there ...

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