A Closer Look

Canada – Close to half of working-age people with disabilities are employed

Of the 2,338,200 working-age people with disabilities in Canada, 1,057,100 were employed (45.2%), 125,700 were unemployed (5.4%) and 1,155,500 were not in the labour force (49.4%).

Employment rates differed depending on the type of disability. People with developmental, cognitive and mental health-related disabilities face greater employment challenges than people with sensory or physical disabilities.

Chart 1  Work potential status of people with disabilities, aged 15 to 64, 2012

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  The Daily — Study: A profile of the labour market experiences of adults with disabilities, 2012


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