From the U.S. Census Bureau: “The Disability Employment Tabulation 2008-2010 (3-year ACS data) is available through American FactFinder (AFF) (factfinder2.census.gov) beginning March 14, 2013. This 49-table tabulation, which shows the disability status and diversity of the labor force and population 16 and over, is based on the American Community Survey (ACS) three-year data 2008-2010 (www.census.gov/acs). The Census Bureau produced this tabulation for two sponsoring Federal agencies: the Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and Office of Federal Contracting Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
The Disability Employment Tabulation 2008-2010 provides over 1 billion estimates showing the disability status and diversity of the labor force and population 16 and over for more than 4000 unique geographic entities. The Tabulation has similar content to that found in the Equal Employment Tabulation, and provides in-depth labor force characteristics of people with a disability, with more details on occupation, education, and earnings. Tables may include employment status, detailed occupation, occupation groups, citizenship, educational attainment, age, race, sex and earnings. The Disability Employment Tabulation shows estimates for the U.S. total, states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, metro/micro areas, EEO County Sets, and PUMAs. All tables also include estimates, percentages, and margins of error.”
To access the Disability Employment Tabulation 2008-2010 (3-year ACS data) tables go to http://www.census.gov/people/disabilityemptab/data/.