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Service workers who rely on tips are at greater risk for depression, sleep problems and stress compared with employees who work in non-tipped positions, according to a new US national study (N = 2,815 women and 2,586 men).
Service workers who rely on tips are at greater risk for depression, sleep problems and stress compared with employees who work in non-tipped positions. Strongest impact is to women who comprise 56 percent of all service workers.
casteingTheLowerClass  humanPsycology 
17 days ago by joeybaker
800,000 Human Slaves Are Living in Russia, Report Says
Russia ranked 64th in the index’s 2018 report, with 5.5 people living under slavery out of every thousand residents.
corruption  casteingTheLowerClass 
26 days ago by joeybaker
The EPA Is Hiding Proof That a Widely Used Chemical Causes Leukemia: Report
Trump appointees are (reportedly) refusing to release a blockbuster EPA report — because industry lobbyists asked them not to.
trumpCorruption  corporateIndemnity  casteingTheMiddleClass  casteingTheLowerClass  healthcare  governmentIncompetence  corporateCorruption 
5 weeks ago by joeybaker
Judge rules that Trump administration has been wrongly detaining asylum seekers
A federal judge in the District of Columbia ruled that the Trump administration has been barring wrongly detaining asylum seekers who have shown that they have a “credible fear” of returning to their home countries.
judicialIncompetence  immigration  casteingTheLowerClass  racism  trumpAuthoritarianism  win 
6 weeks ago by joeybaker
Anti-union laws associated with significantly more workplace deaths in US states, 1992-2016.
Objective Economic policies can have unintended consequences on population health. In recent years, many states in the USA have passed ‘right to work’ (RTW) laws which weaken labour unions. The effect of these laws on occupational health remains unexplored. This study fills this gap by analysing the effect of RTW on occupational fatalities through its effect on unionisation. Methods Two-way fixed effects regression models are used to estimate the effect of unionisation on occupational mortality per 100 000 workers, controlling for state policy liberalism and workforce composition over the period 1992–2016. In the final specification, RTW laws are used as an instrument for unionisation to recover causal effects. Results The Local Average Treatment Effect of a 1% decline in unionisation attributable to RTW is about a 5% increase in the rate of occupational fatalities. In total, RTW laws have led to a 14.2% increase in occupational mortality through decreased unionisation. Conclusion These findings illustrate an
casteingTheLowerClass  corporateIndemnity  governmentIncompetence 
6 weeks ago by joeybaker
Nikki Haley: 'Ridiculous' for UN to analyze poverty in America. UN reports 40 million live in poverty in the USA and 40% of Americans don't have 400 USD in savings
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Thursday dismissed a poverty report by the United Nations, saying it’s “ridiculous” for the intergovernmental body to analyze American poverty.
endOfTheUSEmpire  governmentIncompetence  plutocracy  casteingTheLowerClass 
7 weeks ago by joeybaker
Russia set to raise retirement age above male life expectancy
Government accused trying to bury news as announcement on raising pension age made during national team’s opening World Cup game
casteingTheLowerClass 
8 weeks ago by joeybaker
RIP net neutrality: Ajit Pai's 'fuck you' to the American people becomes official.
Today marks an historic day, and a huge victory for the enemies of democracy. Rather than serve the American people, the US government sold our freedom to Verizion, Comcast, AT&T and other telcom companies. Net neutrality is dead.
netNeutrality  governmentIncompetence  casteingTheMiddleClass  casteingTheLowerClass  kleptocracy  ISP  trumpAristocracy 
9 weeks ago by joeybaker
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