I had no idea that the question was related to the ADA. I am guessing that ADA is American Disabilities Act. I have filled out applications asking if I had any disabilities that would interfere with the job, but never have run into the "ADA" nomenclature, the never asked about "working w/out reasonable accommodations". Julie Krueger ========Original Message======== Subj: [lit-ideas] Re: amazing employment application questions Date: 6/6/06 12:00:14 P.M. Central Daylight Time From: _judithevans1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:judithevans1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) To: _lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) Sent on: >Before I was a full-time Mom these absurdities were not >on the appications. Absurdities? (Was the ADA passed after you became a full-time Mom?) Judy Evans, Cardiff ----- Original Message ----- From: _JimKandJulieB@xxxxxxxx (mailto:JimKandJulieB@xxxxxxx) To: _lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (mailto:lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx) Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2006 4:49 AM Subject: [lit-ideas] Re: amazing employment application questions <<Getting the gist of "reasonable accommodations"? A little bit?>> It's getting clearer. Before I was a full-time Mom these absurdities were not on the appications. Btw, I type 120 wpm, thank you very much. Julie Krueger who has been told repeatedly that she is "over-qualified" for a job -- what the hell do they care??? If I'm over-qualified, I'm over-qualified, if I want the job and I can do it, give it to me! Julie Krueger Moving on to Taco Bell and McDonalds.