The two most common occupations for foreign-born persons with disabilities were in production and cleaning / maintenance, while the two most common occupations for US – born people with disabilities were in sales and office / administrative support treatment of pulmonary hypertension . The study also showed that the median income for foreign-born persons with disabilities was $ 20,000, but for US – born persons with disabilities was $ 22,000, the median income. ‘People with disabilities often face a variety of barriers to employment, including limited access to public transportation, limited mobility in and around the workplace and societal prejudice or discrimination,’said Dr. Also a faculty member The Ohio State University College of Medicine. ‘However, English is probably an additional barrier for immigrants with disabilities and may be the career options that affect them.
The decision on the employment of immigrants with disabilities are affected by eligibility for public support, explains Huiyun Xiang, the study’s lead author and principal investigator in the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. While US – born persons with disabilities can have better access to public assistance and on salary on salary income. Addition, eligibility is for foreign-born persons on length of stay, nationality, complicated refugee status, work history and other factors. .
The study is part of a wider ongoing Kaiser Permanente effort for research and promoting health benefits of breastfeeding. For instance, Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento, Hayward and Fremont facilities international acknowledgment by being international recognition by the the World Health Organization and UNICEF as infant – Friendly birth of facilities for optimum degree of diligence for breastfeeding mothers and their babies.