Chris Blank is an independent writer and research consultant with more than 20 years' experience.
During the economic crisis that began in 2007, able-bodied workers began competing for jobs formerly reserved for disabled workers, according to CNN.
As the economy began moving out of recession in 2010, the rate of unemployment among disabled workers remained steady, according to Disability Scoop.
In fact, some employment outlets geared toward disabled workers have taken an especially hard hit during the recession, according to the Wall Street Journal.
In the 1978 movie "Coming Home," Sally Hyde, an able-bodied married woman, falls in love with Luke Martin, a wounded Vietnam veteran who uses a wheelchair.
Their developing romance illustrates some of the challenges that occur with dating a man in a wheelchair.
These challenges go beyond the logistical issues of access, and often touch nearly every aspect of the dating relationship.
Disabled men traditionally have a higher unemployment rate than able-bodied men, and those men who are employed often work in less prestigious positions with lower pay, according the Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation.
Disc 1: Images And Words: Live In Tokyo: Dream Theater's Riveting Live Performance Captured In Tokyo, Japan, During Their 1993 Music In Progress World Tour.
Plus: Music Videos, Interviews, And Behind-The-Scenes Tour Footage And The Making Of The Images And Words Album.
Includes: - Footage From The Unplugged Fan Club Show In Rotterdam, June 1998 - Footage From The Uncovered Fan Club Show At Ronnie Scott's In London, January 1995 - Live And Behind-The-Scenes Footage From The...
Another Day Disc 2: 5 Years In A Livetime A Collection Of Definitive Moments From Five Years In The Life Of Dream Theater From (1994- 1998).