December 30, 2010

Fatal occupational injuries among volunteer workers, 2003–07

Percent distribution of fatal occupational injuries, by age, for volunteer workers and paid workers, 200307
Age Volunteer workers
(total fatalities, 200307 = 287)
Paid workers
(total fatalities, 200307 = 28,283)

Under 25

15 10

2534

13 18

3544

15 22

4554

18 24

55 and older

39 26

These data featured in the TED article, Fatal occupational injuries among volunteer workers, 2003–07.

 

 

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