his sister Amy Hyde immediately shared the news on social media.She said, “Thank you, UPS, for giving my brother a chance & promoting inclusion in the workforce.
Jake has Down Syndrome, but that doesn’t stop him! He loves his new job running packages up to 8 hours per day. That’s after working 6-10 am every morning at the golf course.
I’m so proud of him!”Jake has always been a hard worker and does everything with a smile on his face. He realized that no matter the obstacles you face, your attitude in life matters most.Read more on powerofpositivity.com