Social and economic outcomes for disabled people compares disabled and non-disabled people across a range of social and economic characteristics. We used the findings from the 2013 New Zealand Disability Survey to examine various life aspects such as employment, income, education, safety, social contact, and overall well-being.
See the 2013 Disability Survey: Social and economic outcomes tables for more detailed data
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Statistics New Zealand (2014). Social and economic outcomes for disabled people: Findings from the 2013 Disability Survey. Available from www.stats.govt.nz
ISBN 978-0-478-42934-3 (online)
Published 7 October 2014