While the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in February 2021 one in four U.S. workers was working remotely — many employees will never return full-time to the office — remote work is less of an option for people with disabilities, said Ebony Cole, an employment specialist at Empower Tennessee, a Nashville center providing job-readiness, peer support, Braille transcription and other services aimed at helping disabled people live independently.
“There aren’t as many …
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