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“My dream is to have a career that allows me to support myself without having to pinch pennies every month — the same aspirations as everybody.”
– A Hub user

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People with disabilities can — and do — work. For most people, working means more money, more independence, better health, new skills and new relationships.

If you need more money, the best way to get it is through work. Learn about supports to help you explore work, set and reach your work goals, and find a job under Your Options > Work >>

Sometimes people on benefits think they can't work, or limit their income because they fear losing their benefits. The truth is all public benefits support work. They do this by having special rules called work incentives. Work incentives let you get benefits or keep them longer while you're working — and get them back quickly if they stop because of work.

Disability Benefits 101

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Disability Benefits 101 »

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