29. The Minister shall, from the one hundred and eighty-first day following the date of the manifestation of the injury, determine employment for the victim in accordance with the provisions of section 54.
The victim is entitled to an income replacement indemnity if he is unable to hold the employment determined by the Minister.
The indemnity is computed on the basis of the gross income the victim would have derived from the employment determined for him by the Minister. The Minister shall establish the gross income of the victim in the manner prescribed by regulation of the Government, taking into account
(1) the fact that the victim could have held the employment on a full-time or part-time basis;
(2) the work experience of the victim in the five years preceding the date of the manifestation of the injury and, where applicable, the periods during which he was fit to hold employment or was unemployed or held only temporary or part-time employment;
(3) the gross income of the victim derived from employment held before the date of the manifestation of the injury.
If the victim held more than one temporary or part-time employment, the Minister shall determine only one employment for him in accordance with the provisions of section 54.
The manner of reducing the gross income to take account of the fact that the victim holds part-time employment shall be established by regulation of the Government.