Landing a new job has its trials. Depending on the industry you're in, you may face tons of competitors. You have to figure out how to build a resume that sets you apart from other applicants. As you look for a new job, you may have other concerns as well. If you're blind in one eye, for example, the job search
may seem even more intimidating. The good news is, you can still get a job even if you only have vision in one eye. Many employers face restrictions when it comes to the hiring process. The Americans with Disabilities Act, for example, stops employers with 15 or more employees from selecting candidates based solely on their lack of disabilities. This means you won't get judged on your partial blindness but hiring managers can still judge you. They can look at your work history, skills, and education to determine whether you're a strong candidate. You still need to create a standout resume
and practice for the interview to impress employers. As someone who may need special accommodations at work, you should think about what you would need to do the job well. Mention your reasonable accommodation in the interview to let the hiring manager know you feel confident in your ability to do the job well.