by Bernard T
When browsing the web about opportunities in the Database Management field it is obvious that it has a bright future ahead of it. One just needs to enter this topic into any of the various search engines and a plethora of credible articles about this topic appear, most of which mention how it’s one of the industries leading growing jobs markets. According to the department of labor and statistics, the database field is predicted to grow much faster and job prospects are excellent. The database management field is also one of many ideal work environments for someone who has a disability which requires them to use a wheelchair. To most people choosing a career, things like salary and job satisfaction are at the forefront of their decision making and although this is important to anyone in the job market it must come a close second to those with limited mobility. People with disabilities must first consider the environment that they work in and whether or not it is accessible. Luckily living in America and especially in California, it is easier now more than ever for people with disabilities to work at the job they want because fortunately nowadays many business encourage accommodating those with disabilities.
There are many success stories from Americans with disability in the database field. The U.S. Office of Personal management website often updates their website with such stories that inform and encourage those with different disabilities about entering the job market. People with disabilities work hard and can do most jobs that able bodied people can do if given the opportunity. The database management field is a perfect environment for wheelchair users and is one of the leading jobs we can excel in because of the particular nature of its work.
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