This Guide is addressed to persons interested in becoming a vocational expert with the Office of Adjudication and Review of the Social Security Administration. The introduction presents an overview of the history of the SS program, the court proceedings, and the decision-making process an administrative judge uses to make the decision to determine whether a person is or is not disabled. The Guide shows ways for reviewing the case file to acquire a vocational profile of the claimant, responding to hypothetical questions from the ALJ, addressing questions from attorneys in cross examination, and presenting to the court vocational testimony regarding the past work, work alternatives and the numbers of jobs in the American economy. This Guide was prepared by vocational experts who have years of experience serving as vocational experts and regularly appear in Social Security proceedings.
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