Job creation has been at the forefront of America’s problem-solving strategy for a few years now. The more jobs that can be created, the more people that can work and therefore more money will be flowing through our system. It seems reliable, until we look at the number of people applying for social security disability benefits. In June 2012, the 85,000 people enrolled in the Social Security Disability Insurance program surpassed the 80,000 jobs that were created. One explanation for this is that the baby boomer generation is now reaching the age where health problems are keeping some of them from being able to work. Since that generation is so large and workforce demographics are certainly changing, it is important to be aware of current social security disability legislation. With an election upcoming, be sure your representatives protect the Social Security Disability Insurance that helps so many people.

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