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Te Pou recently spoke with a range of young, culturally-diverse job seekers, to explore their understanding of disability support work.

We found that many young job-seekers have misconceptions about what the work will involve, leading them to believe it might not be for them.

So we’ve come up with five things you can do to attract a new generation of young, diverse candidates for disability support work roles.

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