Recent College Graduates with Disabilities are as Likely to Get Jobs

College graduates with disabilities graduating this year are as likely as their peers without disabilities to hold jobs. This is according to a national survey that suggests they have benefited from coming of age under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability survey, being released Wednesday shows college graduates with and without disabilities were equally likely to have prepared for careers by connecting with mentors and completing internships in college. Some differences emerged, though, once they landed jobs.

Read more about the UNH survey

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