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By Age Group, The Average Monthly Benefit In Dollars For People Receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) (2001).

Age
Average Benefit For All People Receiving SSDI Average Benefit For Men Receiving SSDI Average Benefit For Women Receiving SSDI
Under 25 Years
452.20
456.30
446.40
25-29
521.70
529.10
512.00
30-34
590.30
597.60
581.10
35-39
647.50
660.60
630.60
40-44
710.30
742.60
668.80
45-49
771.90
832.20
697.10
50-54
822.50
924.80
703.50
55-59
847.40
1,004.80
678.70
60 Years Or Over
837.90
1,012.10
645.40
Total
772.50
867.40
660.80

Note: The Social Security Administration considers a person to have a disability if they cannot do work they did before and adjustments to other work cannot be made due to a medical condition.

Source:
Social Security Administration, Annual Statistical Report on the Social Security Disability Insurance Program, 2001.

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