Vocational Rehabilitation Assessments Services

Worklife Expectancy Analysis

Determination of a person’s worklife expectancy is very important when determining their lifetime expected earnings loss. Statistically, a person’s worklife expectancy is usually less than age 65 depending upon their level of education, gender, demonstrated career path and local labour market conditions. The forensic vocational expert must be cognizant of the differences between retirement age vs. worklife expectancy and how a person’s vocational profile and demonstrated career path may impact upon the number of years they can expect to be participating in the world of paid work.