Figure 1: Hours Worked Per Week by Individuals in Integrated Employment (N=808)

This bar chart displays survey findings showing the hours individuals with developmental disabilities worked in integrated employment. Overall, individuals worked an average of 23 hours per week.

Of those in group jobs, 0% worked between 0-5 hours, 9% worked between 6-10 hours, 11% worked between 11-15 hours, 18% worked between 16-20 hours, 26% worked between 21-25 hours, 23% worked between 26-30 hours, 8% worked between 31-35 hours, and 5% worked more than 36 hours.

Of those in individual jobs, 4% worked between 0-5 hours, 12% worked between 6-10 hours, 13% worked between 11-15 hours, 24% worked between 16-20 hours, 12% worked between 21-25 hours, 10% worked between 26-30 hours, 7% worked between 31-35 hours, and 18% worked more than 36 hours.

The largest percentage of individuals with individual jobs (24%) worked between 16-20 hours per week. This contrasts with group employment, where more than 50% of individuals worked between 21-30 hours per week. Furthermore, one-sixth of those with individual jobs reported working more than 36 hours per week, compared to 5% of individuals in group jobs.