1 edition of Casebook for disabled graduates. found in the catalog.
Casebook for disabled graduates.
Continuation of Disability casebook.Continued in 1996 as "equal opportunities: disabled graduates and their careers".
|Other titles||Hobsons disability casebook., Hobsons equal opportunities casebook:careers for disabled graduates., Disability casebook.|
|Series||Hobsons casebook series|
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