The court continued: “The ALJ correctly applied the Grid at Step 5 to find that Plaintiff is a person of limited education, with no transferable skills, who is unable to perform her past relevant work.”
Especially for an older worker, the Grid Rules can mean the difference between being found disabled or not disabled.
Bubeck v. Commissioner of Social Security, Case No. 3:12-cv-333 (D. S.D. Ohio, Western Div., Dayton, Jan. 9, 2014).