Bureau of Labor Statistics Reports Decline in 2016 Worker Injuries

- The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that private sector occupational injuries and illnesses declined in 2016, with total nonfatal injuries decreasing by 48,500 over 2015 numbers, though the bureau says the number of injuries that caused workers to miss work remained unchanged from 2015.

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