Getting a job

Working at a job you like can give you purpose and self-confidence. Finding a job isn't always easy — but you're not in it alone. You can tell the people you know that you're looking for a job, and you can take advantage of various resources designed to help people find jobs.  

If you're concerned about your ability to get a job, you can challenge your doubts: 

  • Can I work? Given the right supports, anyone who wants to work can work. Better yet, you can find meaningful work that matches your strengths and interests.
  • What if I don't know how to look for a job? If you need help writing a resume or you have questions about finding a job, you can seek help at WorkForce Centers across the state.
  • What if I need training? You can work with a vocational rehabilitation counselor to get the training you need to return to work, to enter a new line of work or to enter the workforce for the first time.
  • How can I find the right job? You can tell the network of people who support you that you want to make work a part of your plan. You can also tap into your social networks — the relationships and connections you have with people in the community. Any of these contacts might have job leads.


Learn more

How to use vocational rehabilitation for job training and placement | Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Finding the right job for you: The details | Disability Benefits 101

4 strategies to find a good job: Advice from job seekers with disabilities | Institute for Community Inclusion

Local WorkForce Centers | Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Local resources for job seekers |


How the Hub can help

The Hub team can help you: 

  • Set goals and next steps
  • Find training programs and other resources to prepare for the type of work you want
  • Explore strategies for finding work

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