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Girl With Down Syndrome Starts Coffee Business After Being Rejected for Every Job Interview

 (L: Photo courtesy of Gabi's Grounds Coffee Shop, C: Illustration -  Libreshot |  Martin Vore, R: Photo courtesy of Gabi's Grounds Coffee  Shop)
(L: Photo courtesy of Gabi’s Grounds Coffee Shop, C: Illustration – Libreshot | Martin Vore, R: Photo courtesy of Gabi’s Grounds Coffee Shop)

The numbers tell that employers are far less likely to hire disabled people than those who aren’t disabled. That’s how it is in the private sector, as unfair as it may seem—the cards are not dealt evenly in life. Yet, it presents a frustrating reality for the disabled who have dreams of working to support themselves.

That reality is far too familiar for 21-year-old Gabi Angelini, a skier and gymnast for the Special Olympics who has faced trouble getting companies to take her seriously even despite her tremendous work ethic. . .

Read more by Catherine Bolton at The Epoch Times

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