Tuesday, January 14, 2014 9:29:21 PM
Examination of the 2011 data shows that while a majority of workplace fatalities occurred to males, workplace violence disproportionately affects females.
Perfect feminism - even when they admit most victims are men, they rush to grasp any straw to claim that women are much more victims. Only women matter.
Their own stats show this:
Men are more likely than women to be victims of homicide at work and men are *far* more likely than women to be victims of homicide outside of work (which is why the %age of the total male victims who were at work at the time is lower)
But drat them. They're not women, so they`re not important. It`s not like men are real people, is it?
Monday, January 13, 2014 5:43:47 PM
From 1992 to 2010, there were 13,827 reported workplace homicide victims, averaging over 700 victims per year, in the United States Examination of the 2011 data shows that while a majority of workplace fatalities occurred to males, workplace violence disproportionately affects females. Homicides contributed to 21% of all occupational fatalities for women, compared to 9% for men. Of these homicides, relatives or domestic partners contributed to 39% of female homicide cases; male homicide cases were most likely to be perpetrated by robbers, contributing to 36% of male homicide cases