Latino Workers More Likely to Die on the Job…for 16th Year in a Row
It’s hard out there to be a Latino worker, according to a new report published by the National Council of La Raza. More than any other ethnic group, Latinos are at the highest risk to die on the job—a situation that has not changed in 16 years. More than 900 Latinos, mostly immigrants, died in 2007 from an injury at work, out of a total of 5,657 work-related fatalities in the U.S.
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