The 2020 survey collected a wealth of information, including details of college majors and occupations, finding that students with disabilities were more likely to pursue career paths focused on helping people, and less likely to choose STEM majors, or to work in STEM disciplines. “Preparing for STEM careers will help people with disabilities take advantage of this growth sector in our economy,” said Dr. O’Neill. “Research shows that this is a disparity that can be addressed with the right support system,” he added.
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