The majority of people with learning disabilities want to work, yet only 8-10% have a paid job. However, there are many initiatives and employers trying to raise this number.
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Adult with learning disabilities and social significance of work by Murray Simpson
Journey from Education to Work.
This Department for Work and Pensions working paper presents the views of 12 disabled young people regarding their interactions with the education system, the Department for Work and Pensions, support services and third party organisations as they come to the end of their education and start the process of seeking and gaining work. [15-Feb-2013]