[Jobs] Virtual Jobs

Reyazuddin, Yasmin Yasmin.Reyazuddin at montgomerycountymd.gov
Tue Aug 28 18:18:16 UTC 2018

Hi Ryan, 
Virtual jobs or tele-work jobs will also require for a person to go for an interview. 
Many companies agencies or organizations will allow a person to work from home after person is hired,  has worked the required probation period and is in good standing. 
I would not go for a job where I do not know the employer or they know about me. 
Tele-work is a very good option, when we have snow or bad weather. 

Yasmin Reyazuddin, Customer Service Representative II
MC311 Customer Service Center
Office of Public Information 
1401 Rockville Pike., Suite #300
Rockville, MD 20852
phone: 240-777-0311
email: yasmin.reyazuddin at montgomerycountymd.gov

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Subject: [Jobs] Virtual Jobs

Good Afternoon,

Does anybody have any experience with online (or virtual) job? This allows an individual to complete all of his or her work only via internet or phone.  I think this is less bias way of getting hired (employers don't know you are blind as long as you get the job done on
time) and probably gives higher chance of working for blind people.  I was able to pull off a list of these kinds of jobs from google but I want to find ones that are more doable by a blind person (such as barriers due to accessibility, technology, so forth) and generate substantial income (definitely not something like transcribing job which only pays like $.05 per hour) at the same time.  Any suggestions or recommendations?


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