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Disabled graduates: Life after university
BBC Ouch has released a series of articles and resources for disabled students and graduates. In 2003 BBC’s Ouch followed several disabled students as they started university. Now over a decade later the BBC has revisited them to ask “With almost 50% of disabled people unemployed, how have they fared in the job market?” It’s […]
[Posted on Friday, October 24, 2014]
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