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Volunteering Can Help Make A Return To Work Easier

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If you are not working, whether it is because you are out of a job, a student or currently on disability and planning to return to work, volunteering can make the transition to work much easier.

  • Contacts you make at your volunteer organization, and the organization itself, can help you in your job search.
  • The time you spend volunteering can help to bridge gaps in your resume created by time on disability. (You don't have to indicate on your resume that a volunteer position was not a paying job!)
  • Volunteering full-time, you can test your readiness for a return to full-time work.

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