According to new research from the University of New Hampshire.

U.S. Hospitality industry often reluctant to hire people with disabilitieswork with disabilities who work in the U.S. Employers hotel the the often reluctant discontinue it because of preconceived notions that they do the job and they are more expensive is that people employ without disabilities, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire.

The researchers used the Office of Disability Employment Policy Employer Survey as the data source. – The research in the journal in the journal Cornell Hospitality Quarterly in the article People with Disabilities: Employers’ Perspectives on Recruitment Practices Strategies and challenges in the leisure and hospitality .. UNH researchers Andrew Houten Ville, associate professor of economics and research director of the UNH Institute on Disability, and Valentini Kalargyrou, assistant professor of hospitality management, analyzed the data of 320 hospitality companies in the United States, and found similar concerns and challenges regarding employment of people with disabilities.Waksman Institute, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, PiscatawayDraine, Bruce T. Professor, Department of astrophysics Science, Princeton University, Princeton, NJDruker, Brian J.; investigators, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and JELD-WEN Chair of Leukaemia research, Department of Chemistry and & Science University, in Portland.. DIXON, Richard A.; Plant Biology Division Director, The Samuel Roberts Fine Foundation, Ardmore, OklahomaDooner; Prof.