National results Measures to encourage employment

C* Employed persons with disabilities who make Social Security contributions, according to reductions/discounts in contributions due to disability, by degree of disability

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  • Notes
    • 1) This considers persons with recognised disabilities, that is, those with a degree of disability that is greater than or equal to 33%, according to the assessment procedure set out in RD 1971/1999 and amended by RD 1364/2012.
      2) The results of cells whose value is lower than 5.0 (5,000 persons or households) must be considered cautiously, as they may be affected by large sampling errors
      3) The data refers solely to persons with disabilities who make Social Security contributions and do so in ordinary centres. This excludes Special employment centres and those civil servants who make contributions to State Mutual Provident Societies.
      C* - The table has been modified on 28 February 2022 for the 2020 data. The reason for the review was to include information on employment relationships registered during week 53 of 2020 that had not been taken into account in the previous data and, as a result, persons with disabilities surveyed in the EAPS in week 53 of 2020 who were contributing to Social Security had not been counted, for statistical purposes.
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  • Source:National Statistics Institute