Waintrup, M. & Kelley, P. (1999)
Austin, TX: PRO-ED.
The Environmental Job Assessment Measure (E-JAM) allows a professional
to rate students across 47 descriptors in job areas using a job analysis
format. The job areas are: general work behaviors, physical demands
of the job, working conditions, educational demands, and social interaction
on the job and identify accommodations, modifications, and support that
may be needed for workers. The information gathered about a job is useful
in matching a student with an appropriate job. FREE.