Changing Your Work or Career: How to Explore Self-Employment Options After Injury or Illness

disability or chronic illness can affect work / career

Are you, or is someone you know, facing a future with a disability or chronic illness?

I recently received an interesting message in my inbox the other day and I thought it worth sharing.  It had to do with this press release: Changing Your Work or Career: How to Explore Self-Employment Options After Injury or Illness.  The press release announces an educational guide edited by Dee Adams, an author and information researcher who specializes in self-employment topics…

Concerns about work or career are valid.

“Each year, more than 1 million people are hurt on the job resulting in some form of disability, government figures reveal….Finding alternative work with a new disability can be a challenge even when applicants possess skills and education. U.S. Labor data for employment statistics for persons with disabilities have historically been low.”

Stressed and worried

We all experience some degree of stress in our lives.  I think it safe to say that for those who face disability and/or chronic illness are especially stressed, even more so if concerned about their financial situation as well.

In her new guide, Adams explores why it is that it’s “no small wonder that countless numbers of career changers with chronic illness or injury view self-employment as a problem-solving solution.”

Borrowing from Ms. Adams’ email, I’ll share with you the following (since I’m pretty sure she’d like me to…)

FactSheet Changing Your Work

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We all know it’s rough out there.  The economy is slowly improving but as of today there are STILL way too many people either unemployed or under-employed.  The thought of starting your own business, whether full-time or as a part-time side gig, can be overwhelming, especially if you’re coping with illness or injury.  But with appropriate resources like the one mentioned in this post, overwhelm can be overcome.


There has never been a better time to work from home and start an internet business. You can learn to earn an income, part-time or full-time, simply by following the steps of very successful home-based entrepreneurs. There is no need to reinvent the wheel. Let us show you the tips, tricks and resources to help get you started and support you along your journey.

Questions? Comments?  I’d have them if I were you.  So feel free to use this link to contact me and let’s chat!  

Or share them in the comments section and we’ll all benefit!

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Connie Kuusisto is editor of eCommerceBuzziness, a curated news source for “All Things eCommerce”.  She loves sharing tips, tricks and resources she herself takes advantage of as she works her home-based biz and if she can help turn you in to an eCommerce enthusiast like herself, then all the better.  Are you on Facebook?  Join her:  Or you can contact Connie directly if you prefer.

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