“In 2009, 4,340 workers lost their jobs as a result of fatal occupational injuries in the U.S. Now, here’s a disturbing statistic. Shooting deaths accounted for 12% of all fatalities in the U.S., and last year, more retail workers and supervisors lost their lives police officers in the line of duty.
Can we find any links between gender and fatalities? Yes, says the graphic. Even though there are more women in the population, many more men died as a result of fatalities than women. Also, more white people died from fatalities than any other race.”