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Unemployment Insurance Usage by Disabled Individuals
Current & Recent Research Projects
  • Kevin Hollenbeck, , Principal Investigator, W.E. Upjohn Institute
Project Dates
01/20/2011 - 03/18/2011
Using administrative data from the State of Washington, the study cross-walked Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefit data with information on enrollment in other programs that may have identified participants as having a disability, such as vocational rehabilitation or Workforce Investment Act (WIA) programs in which individuals self-reported disability status. By cross-walking the data to Vocational Rehabilitation and WIA, the profile that was developed provided a sense of what portion of a state’s long-term unemployed may have had a disability.

The Interaction of Workforce Development Programs and Unemployment Compensation by Individuals with Disabilities in Washington State. Kevin Hollenbeck; issued by NTAR Leadership Center, New Brunswick, NJ. (2011)

Heldrich Center for Workforce Development (New Brunswick, New Jersey)
Citation Information
Kevin Hollenbeck. "Unemployment Insurance Usage by Disabled Individuals" (2011)
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