Almost 62 million people live in the UK as of 2012
20.5 million people aged over 50
9.7 million people aged over 65
2.7 million people aged over 80
One in five disabled people in the UK are unemployed but want to work; this compares to one in 15 of non-disabled people.
At 30%, the poverty rate for disabled adults in the UK is double that for non-disabled adults.
A graduate with a work-limiting disability in the UK is more likely to want work than an unqualified person with no disability.
The number of disabled older people in England is projected to double from approximately 2.3 million in 2002 to approximately 4.6 million in 2041.
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