Opportunities & Obstacles: Life On and Off the Job for Employees with Disabilities, was released in April by the Families and Work Institute. Two percent of the respondents self-identified as employees working with vision loss. Key findings from the report were that while employees with disabilities report a strong degree of job satisfaction and engagement, they are more likely to experience disconnectedness in the workplace and a greater degree of job insecurity than the general workforce. Employees with disabilities are also more likely to have responsibilities for caring for elderly or disabled family members. The study is wide ranging and data dense. To read the full report, look here. On and off the job .