Deaf woman applies for 1,000 jobs in 18 months – and is rejected from them ALL

A deaf woman has applied for 1,000 jobs in 18 months – and not landed a single one.

Kellie Wilson, from Middleton Tyas, North Yorkshire, believes she is being snubbed by would-be employers because of her disability.

Every job application she has made since the summer of 2017 has resulted in a series of rejections.

Now, she is so desperate that she is contemplating cochlear implants knowing that they may not even work.

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Science Musuem Accessible Newsletter: January

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Accessible Events in the new year!

Find out about all of the accessible events for both families and adults at the Science Museum

This newsletter contains all of your updates about our accessible programmes and one off events. This month, we have the first VIscovery day of 2019 and a one off private view of the The Sun: Living With Our Star.Upcoming Accessible Events

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