Employment Concerns

The fastest growing age group in the U.S. is over the age of 65, and the number of older adults staying in the workforce after retirement age is increasing. Disabilities and chronic health conditions are common in older adults.

Although adults with disabilities can and do have active work lives, they experience higher rates of unemployment than those who do not have a disability. Federal and state laws and vocational rehabilitation services can help people with disabilities overcome barriers to employment.

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