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August 13, 2020
During 2019, 20.8 percent of people with a disability either were employed or were looking for work. In contrast, the labor force participation rate for people without a disability was 68.7 percent. Across all age groups, labor force participation rates were much lower for people with a disability than for people without a disability. Full Text »
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testing image with data for pdfThe relationship between cash contributions, pretax income, and age

testing image with data for pdfData from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) indicate that in 2016, U.S. households made $269.6 billion in cash contributions to persons or organizations outside the household
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