As individuals age, they may face barriers to obtaining employment that did not exist for them when they were younger. Age thus may become a factor in any assessment of the likelihood that persons will successfully find new work. For Social Security disability benefits claimants under age fifty, age is generally not considered to present an obstacle to adjusting to new employment contexts. However, for claimants over age fifty, age is acknowledged as a factor that may significantly impact their ability to adjust to new work

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