Disabled workers are less likely to be employed, and among those who are, they tend to make lower pay, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

The survey finds that more than half of disabled workers are primarily in four general occupation groups: service workers at 18.2 percent; administrative support at 15.1 percent; sales workers at 10.4 percent; and management, business and finance at 8.9 percent. For specific jobs, 315,000 janitors and building cleaners are disabled, 263,000 drivers and truck drivers are disabled, 256,000 cashiers are disabled, and 223,000 retails salespeople are disabled.

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