How tech is leveling the field for workers with disabilities

06/23/2013 | ABC News

New technologies, such as screen readers, real-time online interpreters and other tools, are making it easier for individuals with disabilities to find and maintain employment. U.S Department of Labor data show employment among individuals with disabilities is increasing faster than the general population. "High-tech advances are starting to help level the playing field, opening the door for so many people," said Therese Willkomm of the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire.

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