"It remained tough in the labour market for persons with disabilities. Many also indicate that they have been discriminated against, according to a new report from the public employment service and Statistics sweden."
"the Growth has been strong over the last few years, and from 2013 the employment rate increased in the population, from 76 per cent to 81 per cent. For the 12% of the population in the age group 16-64 years report having a disability – 750 000 people, the figures are bleak. Where is the rise just two percentage points: from 60 to 62 per cent."
"Maria Kindahl, head of department at the Swedish public employment service, says in a press release that the statistics show that there is a"
"Among the general population, the unemployment rate was 5.9 per cent in the last year, while 11 per cent of those who feel that they have a reduced capacity for work are without jobs."
"Among people with a disability, who also claims to have a reduced capacity for work, said 37 per cent that they have experienced discrimination in the last five years."
"Last year, the employment out with a campaign to inform about the possibility to employ persons with disabilities. Now comes the next step in the campaign that Maria Kindahl hope will lead to that "
"more than every fourth person with disabilities responded that they have been victims of discrimination in the last five years, 33 per cent of women and 22 per cent of men."
"Among people who also feel that they have a reduced capacity to work is 37 per cent answered that they had been subjected to discrimination, compared with 10 percent among those who did not have reduced capacity for work."
"More women than men, 8 and 3%, respectively, say that they suffered discrimination in that they were not able to participate in a training that the employer arranged because the training is not adapted to the disability."
"More women reporting exposure to bullying, 13 percent, and the violations, 15 percent. Among men Russian 9% vulnerability to bullying and as many state vulnerability to violations."