Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Costa Mesa, CA - Nov 07, 2016 - abilityJOBS.com asked 40,000 people with disabilities (PWDs) that were unemployed, or looking to advance their careers, what they were voting for in a President, questions ranged from Homeland security to Immigration. For instance, “Is it important for a President to make GOOD on their promises to create new jobs?” readership resoundingly responded with a consensus of 85%. Or “Do you feel the healthcare system is UGLY?” “As far as BAD is concerned, we’ve seen quite a bit in this presidential race.” PWDs make up the largest minority in the country. The final question asked who are you voting for — the results came down to the following percentages per candidate:
I will vote for: Trump: 28% Clinton: 58%
Established in 1995, abilityJOBS.com is the first career site dedicated to employment of PWDs. It houses the largest resume bank with tens of thousands of job seekers with disabilities, from entry level candidates to PhD’s.
The goal of abilityJOBS is to enable PWDs to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment. By posting job opportunities, or searching resumes, employers can find qualified PWDs as well as demonstrate their affirmative action and open door policies.
About ABILITY Magazine
ABILITY Magazine is the leading magazine covering Health, Disability and Human Potential. ABILITYMagazine.com is consistently ranked in the Top 50 Magazines in the World. AM is an award-winning publication, distributed by Time-Warner. For over 25 years, its mission has been to provide new insights into our individual levels of ability.
From Diabetes to Spinal Cord Injury and celebrity interviews to CEO profiles, AM covers the latest on Health, Environmental Protection, Assistive Technology, Employment, Sports, Travel, Universal Design, Mental Health and more. Writers include MDs, PhDs, JDs, best-selling authors, U.S. Senators and advocates. Cover interviews consist of Movie and TV Celebrities, Business Leaders, Sports Figures, Presidents, First Ladies and more.
AM is first to embed VOICEYE (High Density code) on its editorial pages to hear print through smartphones and tablets giving greater access to people with low vision or reading challenges in 58 languages.
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