After Juvenile Arthritis, Finding Work is a Challenge

For Ashley Boynes-Shuck, 28, of Pittsburgh, working a full-time job has always been a pain – literally. Boynes-Shuck was diagnosed with juvenile arthritis when she was 10 years old. Now as an adult with rheumatoid arthritis, the unpredictable fatigue and pain of her condition makes working difficult. "The unpredictability of it is why I don't work a regular job because I cannot commit to a regular schedule," she said. Boynes-Shuck's arthritis affects every joint in her body. Pain in her hands...Full Story
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