The present study was undertaken to create job opportunities for hearing-impaired individuals in garment-manufacturing and sequin-finishing units. Employment is not only a statistical and practical issue but also a human rights and entitlement issue. The differently abled are no exception to this basic right. Disability is no longer a welfare or charity issue. However, unlike non-disabled people, people with disabilities, more often than not, face difficulties in getting educated and in accessing vocational training and higher education. Working with people with disabilities can be challenging, but by providing them with work and recognition, it can be the beginning of another way of life rather than the end of life for them. It is important to identify their capabilities and accordingly find suitable jobs, wherein with proper training along with encouragement, compassion, and constant motivation, they can effectively adapt to and settle in specific job operations. This study identifies various operations in different sections of these units and explores the training possibilities there, in an attempt to make the hearing impaired employable. Because of their limited abilities, it requires additional efforts for them to compete in the open labor market. Thus, this is an attempt to prove that hearing-impaired individuals can be gainfully employed in open employment situations.