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When the wheels on the bus stop going round and round: occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities in public transportation
In 2013, an estimated 5,780 state and local government transit and intercity bus drivers were injured on the job due to daily occupational hazards from weather, traffic, aging infrastructure, and violence.Read full article »
An economist finds that lefties earn less than righties and attributes the shortfall to genetic or childrearing differences.
An economist asserts that the exchange of knowledge helps cities grow technologically and economically.
An economist explains why the sub-Saharan African economy is unlikely to follow a high-growth scenario.View all Beyond BLS articles »