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Predictors of Competitive Employment for Blind and Visually Impaired Consumers of Vocational Rehabilitation Services — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: In this study, four variables were found to have a significant association with competitive employment outcomes for blind and visually impaired consumers of vocational rehabilitation services. These variables were the receipt of education as a rehabilitation service that resulted in an educational certificate or degree, having worked since the onset of the disability, reason for applying to vocational rehabilitation related to obtaining a job, and the relationship between the counselor and the consumer being rated as high quality.


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