In New Hampshire, the median annual salary/wages of people with disabilities who worked full-time was $21,900 in 2010, compared to $32,800 for their peers without disabilities—a difference
of $10,900. This “gap” in annual salary/wages is slightly larger than the national gap of $10,500.
New Hampshire has the smallest salary/wages gap in New England. Vermont’s gap is $11,000; Rhode Island’s, $11,600; Connecticut’s, $11,800; Maine’s, $12,300; and Massachusetts’, $15,400.
For more statistics on people with disabilities in New Hampshire and other states, visit www.DisabilityCompendium.org
, a collaborative effort of the Institute on Disability, Hunter College, and the American Association of People with Disabilities.