Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability, 1982

by John M McNeil

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  • People with disabilities -- Employment -- United States -- Statistics
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    Statementby John M. McNeil
    SeriesCurrent population reports -- no. 127
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of the Census
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14849194M

Abstract. BACKGROUND: Social capital, an attribute that reflects connectedness or engagement with other individuals, organizations or communities, may be associated with participation in the labor force and with employment. OBJECTIVE: To examine variations in social capital among persons with disabilities. METHODS: Data from the Civic Engagement Supplement to the Current Population . Female age-specific disability incidence is usually lower, and tends to fluctuate more than males. Trends that might influence female incidence include: a varying degree of labor force participation and the effect on insured status; and greater potential for part-time work.   In a recent report, my co-author Natalie Holmes and I examine who is out-of-work in of America’s large cities and counties, and one of the characteristics we examine is disability. The.   Disparities in indicators of low socioeconomic status were noted for those with any disability compared with those with no disability (less than a high school education [% versus %], income-to-poverty ratio labor force but looking for work [% versus %]) (Table1). As the number of disability.

  The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released Persons with a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics – report. Disability statistics can be a useful tool to increase our collective understanding of the barriers faced by the disability population in the workforce. Resource links below are provided to help increase awareness and. related to changes in labor force participation. The objective is to present a comprehensive description of the reforms to the institutional setting, along with available time series coming from administrative data on benefi t receipt, cross- section or panel data on self- reported health, and their interactions with labor force status.   Graph and download economic data for Not in Labor Force - With a Disability, 16 Years and Over (LNU) from Jun to Oct about disability, labor force, 16 years +, labor, household survey, and USA. On the other hand, the labor force participation of women aged 55 and older did not increase; 23% were employed in as compared to 25% in (Hayghe, ). As of , the labor force participation rate for women aged 45 to 54 was %--but only % for women aged 55 to 59, % for women aged 60 to 64, and % for women 65 and.

Running header: DISABILITY, LABOR FORCE STATUS, AND EDUCATION 1 SSA or any other agency of the Federal Government. DISABILITY, LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION, AND EDUCATION 2 Abstract can be particularly important as it allows people to find work not requiring high physical demands. Furthermore, the increased access to resources and variety. hensive data on the labor force (see text, Section 1, Population). The CPS provides information on the work status of the population without duplication since each person is classified as employed, unemployed, or not in the labor force. Employed persons holding more than one job are counted only once, according to. New Beneficiary Survey linked to administrative records. The article examines the association of increasing age, race, socioeconomic status, private health insurance, and other demographic and health characteristics with the duration of life between the two groups of men, using statistical models.   To assess the economic effects of labor force growth rates the effects of adding workers to the US labor force needs to be quantified. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Fact Book estimated per capita GDP was $41, in The total labor force in was million persons, so the US per worker GDP share in is $79,

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Curr Popul Rep Popul Charact. Jul;() Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability: Mcneil by:   The first report, Labor Force Status and Other Characteristics of Persons With a Work Disability:Series P, No.was issued in July This report not only updates the information presented in the earlier report, but divides the population with a work disability into those with a severe disability and those with a disability.

Download Labor Force Status & Other Chars. of Persons With a Disability: [PDF - MB] This report presents social and economic data by sex for persons with a work disability. Tables feature persons—generally civilians—aged 16 to 64 and show disability status by family income and earnings, as well as labor force, employment.

Persons Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics Technical Note ; Table 1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by disability status and selected characteristics, annual averages ; Table 2.

Employed full- and part-time workers by disability status and age, annual averages ; Table 3. Get this Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability a library.

Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability: to [Robert L Bennefield; John M McNeil; United States.

Bureau of the Census.] -- Presents social and economic data by sex for persons with a work disability. Tables feature persons--generally civilians--aged 16 to 64 and show disability status by family income and earnings as.

About 1 percent of persons with a disability and 2 percent of persons without a disability were marginally attached to the labor force in (See table 5.) Table A. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by disability status and age, and annual averages [Numbers in.

Recent changes in the questionnaire used in the March Income Supplement to the Current Population Survey (CPS) have made it possible for the March CPS to be used as a source of information on the labor force status and other characteristics of noninstitutional persons with a work disability.

According to the March CPS, the overall rate of work disability among persons between the. A large proportion of persons with a disability--about 8 in were not in the labor force incompared with about 3 in 10 persons with no disability.

In part, this reflects the fact that persons with a disability tend to be older than those without a disability and older persons are, in general, less likely to be labor force participants.

A large proportion of persons with a disability--about 8 in were not in the labor force incompared with about 3 in 10 persons with no disability.

In part, this reflects the fact that persons with a disability tend to be much older than those without a disability, and older persons are, in general, less likely to be labor force. Force Status and Other Characteristics of Persons With a Work Disability:as indicated in the following quotes (U.S.

Bureau of the Census pp. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) most up-to-date report on the U.S.

workforce as it relates to the employment status of people with disabilities. Link Persons with a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics.

they had not searched for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey. Among persons not in the labor force, 1 percent of those with a disability were marginally attached to the labor force incompared with 3 percent of those with no disability.

(Persons marginally attached to the labor force include dis-couraged workers.) (See table 5.). The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has issued an Economic News Release on “Persons with a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics,” which shows, among other statistics, that the unemployment rate for people with disabilities fell to % in from % in Full text of "ERIC ED Labor Force Status and Other Characteristics of Persons with a Work Disability: Current Population Reports.

Special Studies. Series P, No. " See other formats. available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Labor Force Status and Other Characteristics of Persons With a Work Disabi ity, whith reports upon findings from the Current Population Survey. Author(s): McNeil,John M Title(s): Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability, / by John M.

McNeil. About 1 percent of persons with a disability and 2 percent of persons without a disability were marginally attached to the labor force in (See table 5.) Table A. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by disability status and age, and annual averages [Numbers in thousands].

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s () Office of Disability Employment Policy, the labor force participation rate for people with disabilities (including physical, intellectual and developmental, sensory, and other disability categories) aged 16 and over is percent as compared to percent for people without disabilities.

Labor Force Status and Other Characteristics of Persons With a Work Disability: to U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 2.

Mentally retarded residents of public residential facilities, 3. Labor force participation rates by work disability status, age and sex, 4.

Rate of low income among persons by activity limitation and age, 86 5. Persons with one or more hospital stays by activity limitation and age, % 96 0. Labor force data that span the entire calendar year show that the percentage of persons employed at some point during the year by level of limitations follows a pattern similar to the employment rate in April, ranging from 29 percent among persons needing assistance with daily life tasks to 85 percent among persons with no limitations.

Persons with a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics - U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics employment status of persons with a disability in the United States. The proportion of the population employed in the employment-population ratio--was percent among those with a disability, the U.S.

Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) relies on disability statistics to further research and policy initiatives to increase employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

Keeping track of data employment and unemployment, as well as people who are not in the labor force, is critical to developing new policies that help increase the employment.

sound, relevant and comparable data on labour force status of people with disability • Develop specialized module on the labour force characteristics of persons with disabilities (and obstacles they face in the labour market) in consultations with Washington group, other international/regional fora, countries and interest groups.

In the Labor Force: All persons in the civilian labor force (described below) and members of the Armed Forces stationed in the United States; In the Civilian Labor Force: All civilians classified as either employed or unemployed during the survey week; Employed.

All civilians who, during the survey week, did any work at all as paid employees in their own business or profession, or on their. Author(s): Bennefield,Robert L; McNeil,John M; United States. Bureau of the Census. Title(s): Labor force status and other characteristics of persons with a work disability: to / by Robert L.

Bennefield and John M. McNeil. DISABILITY & SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS sensory, and other disability categories) aged 16 and over is % as compared to % for people without disabilities of the same age.

Disabilities among children and adults may affect the socioeconomic standing of entire families. Inroug, people in the United States had a disability (U.S. Organizational socialization is the process whereby newcomers to work organizations become insiders.

The socialization process has been linked to various outcomes including newcomer job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job knowledge and performance, promotion and advancement rate, salary, and turnover. The purpose of the present paper is threefold: (1) to examine issues facing persons.

of the labor force. The value of being in the labor force clearly depends on one's expected wage. The expected value of disability benefits and other transfers determines the value of being a nonparticipant (i.e., not working). Because "true" health status determines the probability of receiving disability benefits, it too is a determinant of.

The Census Bureau's labor force statistics provide information about employment status, employment dynamics, and work experience (usual hours worked, and the number of weeks worked in the last year). This report examines the characteristics of people who held multiple jobs in Publication.

of l ifi ti b l b f t tf classification by labour force status. • Important distinctions: •Employed: fully employed vs. underemployed, quality of employment (income, skills utilisation, job security, legal & social protection, etc.) • Unemployed: first job seekers vs.

persons with previous work.Persons with a Disability: Labor Force Characteristics Technical Note. Table 1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by disability status and selected characteristics, annual averages. Table 2. Employed full- and part-time workers by disability status and age, annual averages.

Table 3.are located in the "Current Labor Force Status" or CPS section of each year's questionnaire: Section 8 (); Section 7 (); Section 6 (, ); and Section 5 (,and ).

Age restrictions relevant to the administration are discussed in the User Notes of the " Age " topical section of this guide.