If you are looking for deaf and hard of hearing jobs in a state that is truly steeped in history, then Virginia is perfect for you. After all, you will find so much you could learn about this country’s past right in this state. You could visit Colonial Williamsburg where you will find a working town that makes you feel as if you stepped back into America’s earliest days or go to historic Jamestown and learn about the earliest settlers. You could visit Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington and Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. If you fast forward in time to the American Civil War, then visit Arlington National Cemetary and the home of Robert E. Lee. While at the cemetery, look for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Kennedy family graves, and memorials for the USS Maine, the Challenger, and the Columbia.
If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, then Virginia will not let you own. There are 25 state parks and nine state forests. There are also Shenandoah and Fort Hunt national parks, two national forests, three national memorials, and two national historic sites. You can find DHH jobs in Virginia in places like Richmond, Virginia Beach, Alexandria, and Norfolk.