An incredible young man with Down's syndrome has just proven all of the haters and bullies wrong by landing himself a job at UPS as he continues to break more and more barriers.

                                  Simply amazing! Here's the full story...

                                  Down's syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects many people around the world...

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                                  And it is impossible to prevent a baby from being born with the disorder.

                                  But what exactly causes the disorder?

                                  Down's syndrome occurs when an extra copy of a chromosome is present at the time of conception... Specifically, a full or partial copy of chromosome 21.

                                  It's currently the most common chromosomal disorder.

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                                  According to the?Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year in the United States, around 6,000 babies are born with Down's syndrome - equating to around 1 in every 700 babies born.

                                  Some people with Down's syndrome may experience additional medical issues as a result of the extra chromosome.

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                                  Heart, intestinal, ear, nose, throat, or thyroid issues can come hand in hand with someone who lives with the condition.

                                  But many people with Down's syndrome can actually go on to live full, independent lives.

                                  The condition affects people differently and at varying scales. Of course, some people will need more regular care than others, but many with the conditions can go on to run their own houses and have jobs.

                                  There are so many misconceptions about the condition...

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                                  One of the main ones being that someone living with Down's Syndrome is incapable of living an independent life with their own family - something which is completely false.?

                                  People with the condition are also prone to be bullied and picked on in both school and adult life...

                                  Which is a terribly sad reality for these poor people.

                                  But so many people with Down's syndrome prove the bullies wrong every single day...

                                  And one of those amazing people is twenty-one-year-old Jake Pratt.

                                  Jake is twenty-one-years-old...

                                  And the young man, who is from Alabama, has just achieved an amazing life milestone!

                                  As a small child, Jake wasn't given much hope by the doctors who would regularly see him for his check-ups and assessments.

                                  Speaking to PEOPLE, his sister, Amy Hyde, recalled a doctor explaining that young Jake would "never be a functional member of society."

                                  Poor Jake wasn't given much hope from the very beginning...

                                  "[The doctor] said that his impairment would keep him from living any sort of normal life and he might even need to be institutionalized," she explained.

                                  But thankfully, Jake's family refused to listen.

                                  "My family has always embraced the philosophy that Jake is no different from you or I and that there are no limits on what he can accomplish," Amy shared of her "loving, confident, funny and hardworking" brother.

                                  Jake went on to live a successful childhood and adolescence.

                                  "He wanted to be on the high school football team when some people thought that was impossible, but he did it," Amy said. "He wanted to score a touchdown in a game,?and he did. He wanted to go to college, and he did. He wanted to get his driver's permit, and he scored a perfect 100 on the exam."

                                  Jake even graduated from Clemson University's LIFE program in the spring.

                                  "He never meets a stranger and loves everyone so purely. He makes all of our lives better and has taught me more than anyone else I know."

                                  Jake even has a lovely girlfriend...

                                  And he is happier than ever!

                                  But now...

                                  Jake has just surpassed another milestone, and people are so happy for the successful young man!

                                  Jake has just been hired by the united parcel service, UPS!

                                  Amy first tweeted about Jake's new job on Tuesday, explaining that he works every morning at a golf course from 6-10 am, before running packages at UPS for up to 8 hours per day. "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!"

                                  Amy then explained:

                                  "This opportunity to work for UPS means everything to Jake because it is his dream to be able to live independently. He has achieved so much, but none of it would be possible without people embracing him and giving him a chance."

                                  Jake is amazing proof that people with Down's syndrome can achieve anything they want to.

                                  "Jake is so worthy and capable, so it’s just awesome for others to be able to see that. He has done a lot to break barriers and raise awareness that people with Down syndrome can accomplish anything they set their mind to."

                                  Congratulations, Jake!

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