Data Sources for Workers with Disabilities
Posted by LMI Win-Win Network - On November 26, 2012 (EST)
The U.S. Employment and Training Administration (ETA) has created this brief (just over 2 pages) resource to make it easy for you to understand and locate employment data for persons with disabilities, focusing on sources that supply information on labor market hardship. The concept of “labor market hardship” is a traditional perspective to investigate how employment problems lead to temporary or more persistent deprivation. Unemployment is the most well-known indicator of labor market hardship, but other examples include inadequate earnings and inadequate work hours (e.g., involuntary part-time work).
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For more background on disability employment statistics, see the ETA Webinar, ”Using Bureau of Labor Statistics and Census Disability Statistics for Employment and Training Decisions.”
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