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Social Security Vocational Factors

Vocational factors (VFs) are characteristics of disability benefit claimants that are used by the Social Security Administration (SSA) to inform decisions of whether to approve benefit claims. Specifically, vocational factors are the applicant’s age, education, and work experience.

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