Hispanic workers have highest rates of injury, lowest levels of health coverage

01/27/2004 | BenefitNews.com

Research shows Hispanics are more likely to suffer job-related injuries and death, yet they are the least likely segment of the population to have health insurance, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau data. The situation presents substantial challenges to employers and should raise awareness of improving the well-being and health coverage for Hispanic workers, one health professional says.

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