Women with disabilities are the most discriminated on the labor market due to the crossing of gender exclusion and possession of physical or sensory dysfunctions;

Segregation of occupations and a small job offer for people with disabilities, mainly for the ability to work in less ambitious, non-skilled and lower paid jobs;

Psychological barriers in the form of anxiety caused by lack of self-confidence, fear of meeting professional obligations and lack of sufficient professional qualifications. The problem that emerges from the statements of the respondents is the related lack or limited scope of activities to improve qualifications and build positive self-esteem of women with disabilities.

Often, the decision of professional inactivity arises from the attitude of a family, who has an attitude of over-protection towards women with disabilities, and thus does not face expectations and does not instil in them the desire to pursue a career in the labor market. It is therefore necessary to inform women with disabilities about the possibility of going beyond the home sphere and setting them other opportunities for development.