Workforce Participation by Persons With Disabilities: The National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement, 1994 to 1995

@article{Zwerling2002WorkforcePB,
  title={Workforce Participation by Persons With Disabilities: The National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement, 1994 to 1995},
  author={C. Zwerling and P. Whitten and N. Sprince and C. S. Davis and R. Wallace and P. Blanck and S. Heeringa},
  journal={Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={44},
  pages={358-364}
}
Using the National Health Interview Survey Disability Supplement of 1994 to 1995, we examined the factors associated with employment among Americans with disabilities. Persons with disabilities who were more educated were more likely to be working. Married men were more likely to work than unmarried men (odds ratio [OR], 1.58). Blacks were less likely to work than whites (OR, 0.56). Persons with disabilities related to cardiovascular disease (OR, 0.23), musculoskeletal disease (OR, 0.37), and… Expand
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