Having a disability and looking for a job can seem a daunting prospect, but there are many sources of information and help, and as a disabled person, you have rights to protect you from discrimination.
Despite the fact that one in four people will experience some kind of mental health problem in the course of a year, negotiating a return to work can be difficult. http://www.theguardian.com/careers/careers-blog/returning-to-work-after-mental-health-issues
Career advisers told me to hide my disability on applications, but being open and turning it into a strength helped me get a graduate job http://www.theguardian.com/careers/2015/may/06/how-to-use-your-disability-as-a-strength-when-applying-for-jobs
The rise of online job applications might be useful for recruiters, but it can be a huge barrier for people with dyslexia. http://www.theguardian.com/careers/online-job-applications-dyslexia-challenges
What do recruiters really mean by communication and interpersonal? And how can people with autism prove they fit the bill? http://www.theguardian.com/careers/careers-blog/how-can-jobseekers-with-autism-communicate-skills