If the ve said no jobs can that be considered for for appeals council if listed that ve said three jobs.
You might need to provide some more information in your question. But I think you are referring to the hypothetical questions that the SSA Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) asked the vocational expert (VE) witness at your hearing.
Remember, that the ALJ makes the legal decision on which set of answers from the VE that the ALJ believes are supported by substantial evidence in your file. The VE usually finds jobs in substantial numbers in the US economy you the claimant can do based on the findings of the SSA doctors, and few or no jobs available based on the testimony of the claimant or treating doctor's opinions (if any).
Long story short: just because the VE said there were no jobs available in a hypothetical question doesn't mean that the ALJ denial is legally wrong.
I am not sure I understand the question. Often in a hearing the ALJ will ask more than one hypothetical question of the VE. Each hypothetical will be based on a hypothetical person of your same age, education level, and prior work experience, with certain work-related limitations. The answers will differ depending on the hypothetical question. If the VE gave examples of jobs in response to at least one hypothetical question, and that hypothetical is the one the ALJ adopted in his or her decision, it would explain why your claim was denied. You should seek a consultation with an experienced disability attorney in order to review your case and help you understand what is going on and what your options are. I wish you the very best.
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