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Many people living with a medical condition believe they are locked into their current job. People with illnesses or disabilities who are just entering the workforce often share the same fears. In reality, there are federal and state laws which are aimed at preventing job lock for people with a medical condition or disability.

Being an educated job seeker increases the likelihood of finding a job that maximizes finances, benefits and job satisfaction.

When you look for a new job, keep in mind the effect of changing jobs on your existing benefits.

When you think about your work options, don't rule out the possibility of self-employment or starting your own small business. Being self-employed might make it easier for you to work. A small business may provide a way to obtain the health insurance coverage you want, and possibly even disability income coverage.

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