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Disability, Gender and the Labour Market in Wales / Melanie Jones, Paul L Latreille, Peter J Sloane

Regional Studies, Volume: 40, Issue: 8, Pages: 823 - 845

Swansea University Author: Melanie Jones

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<p>Wales exhibits high rates of disability and inactivity, and a higher incidence of mental health problems than other parts of Britain. Using data from the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey, 2001, the results indicate that the low participation rate of the disabled in Wales is partly attributab...

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ISSN: 0034-3404 1360-0591
Published: 2006
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description <p>Wales exhibits high rates of disability and inactivity, and a higher incidence of mental health problems than other parts of Britain. Using data from the Welsh Local Labour Force Survey, 2001, the results indicate that the low participation rate of the disabled in Wales is partly attributable to their having fewer qualifications; marginal effects suggest education could be a potent remedy for improving their labour market status. In terms of the pay differential between disabled and non-disabled individuals, it would appear that disabled women in Wales suffer disproportionately to disabled men; only in the case of women is there evidence consistent with the presence of discrimination, but this estimate is relatively small.</p>
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