What is Work Experience in Your Social Security Disability Claim?
What: Work Experience in Your Social Security Disability Claim
The Social Security Administration classifies work as unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled work. This is important at hurtle 5 of the sequential evaluation process when the Social Security Administration is trying to determine whether or not you have work skills from your jobs that are transferable to other employment.
It is important that you accurately set forth the nature of the skills that you learned in each of your jobs. An unskilled work is work that can be learned in thirty days or less. Every other job is considered to be semi-skilled or skilled.
If you would like to talk more about your work experience and what you can do, contact a Social Security Disability lawyer from Cavey & Barrett today.