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When determining if a person can perform a work function, the examiner will look at the functional and physical limits of the injury, how old a person is and his education. The medical vocational grid aids the examiner in establishing whether an applicant can perform a job he has had previously or other work. The medical vocational grid still leaves a lot of room for error. The limitations of a condition and the need for social security disability insurance are very difficult to fit into a simple set of guidelines. The disability examiner has to use his judgment to establish whether an applicant can perform past or other employment at a level to support himself.