State Employment Snapshot: Washington

How many individuals participate in integrated employment services provided by the state intellectual and developmental disability agency?

Source: National Survey of State IDD Agency Day and Employment Services
Who: Individuals who receive a day or employment service funded or monitored by the state IDD agency.
What: Participation in integrated employment, including both individual job supports and group supported employment. Individuals may be working or be on a pathway to employment.

 Washington 2016Nation 2016
 NumberPercentNumberPercent
Total in day and employment services8,857  638,568  
Total in integrated employment services7,71487%120,24419%
Total funding for day and employment services$60,687,421.00  $6,655,503,290  
Total funding for integrated employment services$53,995,077.0089% $864,859,93413%

* = Data not available

How many people are working for pay in an integrated job?

Source: National Core Indicators Project Adult Consumer Survey
Who: Individuals who receive any service other than/in addition to case management from the state IDD agency. Inclusion criteria varies by state.
What: Individuals who are reported as working for pay in an integrated job.

 Washington 2015/2016Nation 2015/2016
 PercentMean wages earned in 2 weeksMean hours worked in 2 weeksPercentMean wages earned in 2 weeksMean hours worked in 2 weeks
In an integrated job
individual supported job + group supported employment + competitive job
41% * 0.019%  *0.0
In an individual job
individual job without or with publicly funded supports
37%$265.5625.614%$230.3325.9
     In an individual job without
     publicly funded supports
3%$334.5234.45%$237.0526.8
     In an individual job with
     publicly funded supports
33%$258.9724.77%$221.9625.1
In a group supported job4%$186.5028.56%$167.3425.8
Employment support unknown1% *  * 4% *  * 

* = Data not available

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