Students with disabilities who graduated from college work in lower paying jobs that offer fewer hours than their peers without disabilities.  A survey of nearly 5,000 graduates, half of whom have at least one disability, revealed that students with special needs were just as likely to find employment five years after college as their peers, but their jobs were either part of the gig economy or lower in quality than the careers that students without disabilities found during the same timeframe.  The survey was conducted by the Kessler Foundation, a nonprofit organization that specializes in rehabilitation research and employment funding.

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