People with disabilities less likely to have jobs, data show

03/16/2013 | United Press International

People without disabilities were three times more likely to have jobs than those with disabilities, and 52% of workers with disabilities were paid less than $25,000 in the prior year, according to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2008 to 2010. The report showed more than half of people with disabilities who were employed worked in four job areas: service; administrative support; sales; and management, business and finance.

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