Each month, I shine the spotlight on a previous post that discusses an issue regarding Social Security disability law that remains highly relevant today.
Social Security classifies the physical exertion requirements of jobs as sedentary, light, medium, heavy and very heavy.
The sedentary exertional level is an important landmark in the Social Security disability landscape.
A disability claimant age 50 or over, who is unable to perform his or her past relevant work, who is limited to unskilled sedentary work will win at step 5 via the medical-vocational guidelines.
Please read previous post: Sedentary Exertional Level.