I know a guy who was an electrician for 35 years. He was injured on the job and now has physical disabilities which hinder him from working in his customary trade. He can only do jobs that have him lifting 20 pounds or less, and he can't work on ladders or anything anymore. He's a good guy and I really want to see him get a fair shake in the job market. What types of positions would his training and knowledge make him eligible for and/or suited to? Are there any realistic options for this 58 year old man to make a weekly wage that is comparable to his pre-injury wage as a Journeyman Electrician?