This paper presents results from a field experiment conducted to measure the effects of using video CVs on callback rates of persons living with or without a physical disability. 

Video CVs used in the experiment further allowed for early/late revelation of the disability, while vieweing activity by firms of each CV was recorded. We find that Video CVs can increase callback rates by 10.7 percentage points, with no significant difference between persons with and without disabilities.  The later implies a 20% and a 37% callback rate increase for persons living with and without disabilities respectively.