New York State Disability and Employment Status Report, 2009.
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von Schrader, Sarah; Erickson, William; Vilhuber, Lars; Golden, Thomas P.
This Status Report is intended to provide information on disability in New York State, focusing on the working-age population (16-64 years old, except where noted). The report presents: 1) estimates of disability prevalence overall and among various groups; 2) indications of where disparities exist in employment rate, educational attainment, and financial status between people with and without disabilities; and 3) characteristics of New York State which may influence employment outcomes for people with disabilities.
EDIcat5-DSR; EDIcat3-DBW; age; disability; disabilities; disable; disabled; handicapped; handicap; learning disability; physical disability; economic; economics; earnings; employment; employ; employing; work; income; lack of income; need; poor; poverty; poverty line; welfare; college; education; high school; postsecondary education; secondary education; university; youth; statistics; charts; data; disability statistics; estimates; figures; graphs; information; numbers; statistic; stats; working age; research; definition of disability; need
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