-- Rate of pay you received;
-- Tools, machinery and equipment you used;
-- Knowledge, skills and abilities your work required;
-- Extent of supervision you had;
-- Amount of independent judgment you used;
-- Objects you had to lift and carry and how much they weighed;
-- How much you had to sit, stand, walk, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, balance;
-- How you used your hands, arms, and legs;
-- Speaking, hearing and vision requirements of your job(s); and
-- Environmental conditions of your workplace(s).
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Nicole Tiggemann, Social Security spokesperson.
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