Data Notes

Recent Data Notes

DataNote No. 69, 2021

This Data Notes compares the change in employment of individuals with and without disabilities between February 2020 and three successive months, and found that individuals without disabilities were almost twice as likely to rebound to pre-pandemic employment levels than individuals with disabilities.


DataNote No. 68, 2020

In this DataNote, researchers explore the prevalence of people with disabilities within occupational groupings by utilizing the occupational classification system within the American Community Survey (2018).


DataNote No. 67, 2020

This DataNote explores the effects of a WIOA provision on people with intellectual disabilities (ID) who exited the VR program during program year 2018 (July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019).


DataNote No. 66, 2020

This DataNote examines the employment rate trends of SSI recipients across four disability sub-groups between 2010 and 2017.


DataNote No. 65, 2020

In FY 2017, states continued to vary in their ability to report on the services they provide to individuals with IDD and the amount of funding allocated to employment and non-work services. This Data Note looks at average per-person spending across states and how it compares for integrated employment services and facility-based employment services.


DataNote No. 64, 2019

A key concern for policy and practice is how choice is supported for individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD). The National Core Indicators (NCI) collects data on employment status, including whether individuals are working in a paid job in the community, as well as each person’s interest in doing so. This DataNote focuses on interest in working in paid jobs in the community for individuals who are not currently working.