Research Summarized! Key Impact Areas

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Compared to deaf people without a college degree, deaf college graduates have greater career mobility, enhanced earnings, and an increased likelihood of stable employment. Deaf people who have not completed postsecondary education are at risk for underemployment and unemployment, and they are also more likely to have shorter job tenure.  

The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes conducted a review of the literature on practices that address root causes of challenges to deaf people’ postsecondary attainment and identified five key impact areas:

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