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The Vocational Economics methodology employs data from a variety of respected sources, with many of the databases coming directly from governmental agencies.  The links below allow the user to access the raw data of many of these sources.

  • Earnings Data - Sources of disability-specific earnings data by education level and occupational data based on the Dictionary of Occupational Titles
  • Fringe Benefit Data -- Sources of national fringe benefit data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Employer Cost for Employee Compensation and from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • Worklife Expectancy Data - Sources of raw data used to derive the disability-specific worklife expectancies found in The New Worklife Expectancy Tables; also information explaining the calculation of worklife expectancy
  • Present Value Data - Sources of growth rates based on inflation, earnings, and compensation and of interest rates for discounting earnings, life care plans, and pensions

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