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Should You Work For Free?

A guide to when people with disabilities should work for free

Photo by Jordan Whitfield on Unsplash

Difficulty finding work isn’t new to anyone disabled. But if you’re disabled, volunteer positions seem like they are everywhere. It feels like almost everyone has a job they need doing, and they want you to do it, for free.




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David Turcotte

David Turcotte

I’m a father, writer, and behavioral therapist. I write about disabilities, psychology, and everything else. For more info:

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