Pam Huber worked at Wal-Mart as a grocery order filler, earning $13 an hour. While on the job, she suffered a permanent injury to her right arm and hand. Both she and Wal-Mart agreed that she was disabled under the ADA. As a reasonable accommodation, she asked for a job as a router, which was then vacant. Although she was qualified for that job, she was not the most qualified. Wal-Mart filled the job with the most qualified person. It offered Huber a position as a janitor at $6.20 per hour. Did Wal-Mart violate the ADA?

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