Community & Work Disparities
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Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Not in the Labor Force, Age 18 to 64 in Alabama

With a Disability and Not in the Labor Force in Alabama Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and Alabama is in the second quartile with a value of 66.8%. The following cities in Alabama have the value, Birmingham 67.8% & Montgomery 65.8%.With a Disability and Not in the Labor Force Birmingham, 67.8%Montgomery, 65.8% Without a Disability and Not in the Labor Force in Alabama Counties have been grouped using the US state quartile ranges and Alabama is in the second quartile with a value of 66.8%. The following cities in Alabama have the value, Birmingham 67.8% & Montgomery 65.8%.Without a Disability and Not in the Labor Force Birmingham, 21.6%Montgomery, 20.1%

Data source. , American Community Survey (ACS), 5 year Estimates. Table C18120, employment by disability status
Calculation. Number in each group (people with disabilities or people without disabilities) who are not in the labor force divided by the total number of persons in each group.
Note. Individuals not in the labor force include students, homemakers, retired workers, seasonal workers interviewed in an off season who were not looking for work, institutionalized people, and people doing only incidental unpaid family work (less than 15 hours)

Percentage of People with and without Disabilities Not in the Labor Force, Age 18 to 64 by Region
RegionWith a Disability and Not in the Labor ForceWithout a Disability and Not in the Labor Force
United States59.0%19.1%
Alabama66.8%22.3%
Birmingham67.8%21.6%
Montgomery65.8%20.1%