Getting Back To Work - William Martinez March 16 2017 ENGL...

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William Martinez March, 16 2017 ENGL 111 Experience and Other Evidence Getting Back to Work: The Rehabilitation of Work Related Injuries On average, disabled citizens, whether that is foreign or domestic are confronted with an issue towards employment and social rights within the working-class citizens. Embarked on a trail towards stability and equal rights. America’s and other foreign countries governments are hit with a similar obstacle that a majority of other people do not have to deal with on an everyday basis. Everybody should have the same chances and opportunities that the person next to them has when filling out an application, we need to be looking at what makes us great rather than looking and judging on physical differences. My point is not about anyone who has been hurt due to nonwork related accidents or about people that are faking injuries to claim disability, but is about people that have been hurt on the job and physically cannot work and need to get back to work. For those who can’t find work within the confines of employment, they are pointed towards getting financial assistance though governments, and many people do not realize how much of an issue there really is. You are bound to see someone with a disability around that could be physically able to work. According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, “Unemployment rates were higher for people with a disability than those without a disability among educational
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attainment groups” and in 2015 a mere “17.5% of people with a disability were employed” and
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