Chart 4
Unemployment rate of people with and without disabilities in Canada, 2001 and 2006

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This is a vertical bar graph that illustrates the change in the unemployment rate between 2001 and 2006 for Canada.

The Y axis is measured by percentages and increases by increments of two, from 0 up to 14.

The X axis is comprised of two years. On the X axis from left to right, the years are 2001 and 2006. Each year is further subdivided into persons with disabilities and persons without disabilities.

The unemployment rate of persons with a disability in 2001 was 13.2%.

The unemployment rate of persons without a disability in 2001 was 7.4%.

The unemployment rate of persons with a disability in 2006 was 10.4%.

The unemployment rate of persons without a disability in 2006 was 6.8%.

Note: Excludes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
Source:
Statistics Canada, Participation and Activity Limitation Survey, 2001 and 2006