A Guide to Disability Statistics from the Current Population Survey - Annual Social and Economic Supplement (March CPS)
MetadataShow full item record
Burkhauser, Richard V.; Houtenville, Andrew J.
This guide to the Current Population Survey-Annual Social and Economic Supplement (March CPS) reports the prevalence of working-age people with disabilities and the employment and economic well being of this population. It compares these finding with other data sets using the ICF classification system. The comparative advantage of the CPS over alternative data sets is that it alone provides a consistent measure of the working-age population with disabilities from 1980 to the present. This guide discusses both the value and limitations of CPS data for policy makers, researchers and other individuals interested in capturing the size and socio-economic characteristics of the working-age population with disabilities over this time period.
charts; data; developmental disabled; disabilities; disability; disability statistics; Disability Statistics Research; EDIcat5-DSR; disable; disabled; disablement; disabling; earnings; economic; economics; economy; employ; employing; employment; estimates; figures; graphs; handicap; handicapped; impairment; information; Labor Market; learning disability; limitation; mental handicap; mental retardation; numbers; physical disability; self-employment; special need; statistic; statistics; stats; work; disability demographics; Current Population Survey – Annual and Social Economic Supplement (March CPS)
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
She, Peiyun; Stapleton, David C. (2006-05-01)Disability status for the non-institutional population in the United States has been substantially documented from national surveys such as the American Community Survey (ACS), the Current Population Survey (CPS), the ...
Houtenville, Andrew J. (2002-01-01)Working-age people with disabilities work less and have less household income than working-age people without disabilities. There are also dramatic differences in the kinds and levels of disabilities within the working-age ...