Less Injuries, but Less Help

Kayla Moreland , May 13, 2015

Less Injuries, but Less Help

Recently, less people have been getting injured while on the job. However, those who do get injured are also getting less help. A recent study found that low-wage workers have disproportionately high injury rates, and that those injuries can decrease one’s earnings by up to 15 percent over the 10 years following the accident.

There are several issues causing this underlying issue, but to learn more you should see the recent story by Lydia DePillis.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/03/04/the-workers-compensation-system-is-broken-and-its-driving-people-into-poverty/ 

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