Form SSA 3369-BK is a Work History Report. This legal document is usually submitted to the Social Security Administration and helps to determine how your medical condition affects your ability to work in jobs for which you’re qualified. The report shows the responsibilities a person has performed in the past as well as skills and experience he/she has gained during employment.
This report helps the SSA to determine whether an individual is able to perform any kind of activity for which he/she may be qualified. The details provided mean not only a person cannot work in the last job, but also that he/she doesn’t have enough knowledge, skills or experience to find job in another area.
On this website you will find a fillable SSA 3369-BK sample in PDF that effortlessly can be completed online. The form consists of three sections that should include the following:
data about a disabled person, i.e. name, contact details and SSN;
information about work (here provide your job title, type of business, dates worked, description of responsibilities, rate of pay and other related details);
name of a person who completes a form if other than a disabled;
date of creating;
address and e-mail.
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Hi there this is Jonathan Ginsberg and today I'd like to talk to you about your work history form and the documentation you submit to Social Security about your past work and of course Social Security is notorious for asking you to fill out literally dozens of forms and I question sometimes whether anybody really reads these forms but one of the forms that actually does get rid get read and is very important when you get to a hearing is your work history form because realize that when you get to a hearing on this almost every case the judge will have a vocational witness the vocational witness is there to describe your past work and to answer questions about the by the judge about what you might be able to do both in terms of your past work and any other work and one of the concepts involved in talking about past for something called transferrable skills so it will help the judge understand what skills you have that might transfer to something else and what you have done it also gives the judge a sense of whether you have a good solid long work history or whether or not you've gone from job to job so it's worth spending a little bit of time on your work history I realize that Social Security Disability at its core is about your capacity to perform work so information about your past work and the things you did in that past past work are obviously very important to a Social Security decision-maker a judge or an adjudicator so again it's worth spending a little bit of time on this I would also tell you that the official book that Social Security uses to classify jobs in terms of their physical requirements as well as their cognitive requirements is a very outdated resources something called the dictionary of Occupational titles it's also called the d-o-t and this was last updated like twenty and thirty years ago I mean I think there's there's some there's some listings in the d-o-t that are back from the 1970s and so a lot of jobs that exist now are clearly not properly defined in the d-o-t so for example the d-o-t may define a particular job as being sedentary or sit down with a unskilled type of work background required whereas in 2015-2016 when you did it that job may have required you to lift 15 or 20 pounds or that job may have required a college education so it's really important to explain to the judge what you did the job requirements and how it worked in your particular case so that when the judge listens to your testimony he can make the necessary assumptions when talking to the to the vocational witness so for example if the vocational witness classified your job as some sedentary unskilled when in fact you did it it was a semi skilled and light the judge might