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One-third of disability recipients cite mental disorder as reason for not working

A new breakdown of data from the Social Security Administration(SSA) reveals that more than one-third of federal disability recipients rely on diagnoses of mental disorders to qualify for the benefit. For the year ending in December 2013, 3,599,417 disability recipients cited mental disorders as the reason they aren’t able to work — out of a total of 10,228,364 disability beneficiaries. That works out to 35.19 percent. Read more…


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