Figure 2: Weekly Earnings of Individuals in Integrated Employment (N=802)

This bar chart displays survey findings regarding the weekly earnings of individuals with developmental disabilities in integrated employment. Average weekly earnings were higher for people in individual employment than those in group employment ($163 versus $103).

Of those in group jobs, 25% earned between $0-50, 36% earned between $51-100, 19% earned between $101-150, 14% earned between $151-200, 3% earned between $201-250, 1% earned between $251-300, 1% earned between $301-350, 0% earned between $351-400, and 1% earned more than $400.

Of those in individual jobs, 9% earned between $0-50, 18% earned between $51-100, 27% earned between $101-150, 17% earned between $151-200, 10% earned between $201-250, 10% earned between $251-300, 4% earned between $301-350, 2% earned between $351-400, and 3% earned more than $400.

Overall, survey findings show that the largest percentage of persons with individual jobs (27%) earned $101-150 per week. In comparison, the largest percentage of people working in group settings (36%) made $51-100 per week.