by Ned Stoller Ned Stoller

Despite many people being out of work, many jobs are going unfilled. A survey found skilled trade jobs as the most difficult to fill with welders, machinists, electricians and carpenters/joiners in the highest demand.

The reason? There just aren’t enough people with the skills needed for these jobs.  Training in the skilled trades has become less available as fewer students choose to go into these careers.

This means that tradesmen – disabled or not – should be able to find a job.

Additional tools may prove beneficial if you are injured or disabled to help you get the job done.

Here’s a guy who didn’t let his disorder stop him from being a welder.
Bill Russell has welded for the Navy for 22 years.

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