Research report 107: the disability pay gap

Research Report
 

Which countries is it relevant to?

    • Great Britain

      Great Britain

First published: 15 Aug 2017

This report examines the disability pay gap in Great Britain, defined as the difference in average hourly pay between disabled and non-disabled people. It looks at:

  • pay gaps for people with different types of impairments
  • trends in employees and pay
  • the key causes of the disability pay gap

Recommendations for what needs to change to tackle the disability pay gap can be found in our report: Fair opportunities for all: A strategy for reducing pay gaps in Britain.

We have also produced a British Sign Language (BSL) video of the report (YouTube).

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