Successful job development for people with disabilities is about meeting the specific and often unique needs of each job seeker. Job creation is a way to modify or restructure existing jobs or bring together a combination of job tasks that fill the work needs of an employer while capitalizing on the skills and strengths of workers with significant disabilities. This is the second issue in the new ICI Professional Development Series.
Condon, Colleen; Enein-Donovan, Lara; Gilmore, Marianne; and Jordan, Melanie, "Institute Brief: When Existing Jobs Don't Fit: A Guide to Job Creation" (2004). The Institute Brief Series, Institute for Community Inclusion. Paper 11.