Some people face more challenges than others when it comes to earning money and navigating the work world, many for reasons that are apparent to all of us. And then there are those of us who look completely “normal” in the eyes of the world, but face struggles that others can’t see that limit our ability to do even the most basic tasks.

We’re talking about invisible disability, a concept that’s only starting to be recognized in our society, but which directly affects a billion people living on the planet today. Yes, billion with a “b.” Whether that’s you, or someone (or probably many someones) you care about, let’s dig into the realities of invisible disability for women and our money, and what we can all do to create a more inclusive (and productive!) work world for everyone.

Links:

Kate’s blog

Dr. Thorp’s Bustle article series

Invisible Disability Association

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