Diversity and Inclusion

Getting people with disabilities into work requires data

Workers with disabilities often earn less than workers without disabilities. Image: REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Guy Ryder

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Labour market differences between persons with and without disabilities in Europe.
Labour market differences between persons with and without disabilities in Europe. Image: Fundación ONCE; ILO Global Business and Disability Network
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