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One Degree of Separation:
Paralysis and Spinal Cord Injury in the United States

Household income

  • Household income for those who reported being paralyzed is heavily skewed towards lower income brackets and is significantly lower than household income for the country as a whole as reported by the United States Census.
  • Household income for those who reported being paralyzed due to a spinal cord injury is heavily skewed towards lower income brackets and is significantly lower than household income for the country as a whole as reported by the United States Census.
    Annual Household Income of Paralyzed Respondents Compared to Annual Household Income in the U.S.

    Annual Household Income of Respondents Who Report a Spinal Cord Injury Compared to Annual Household Income in the United States

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