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August 2013 Archives

New DOL rules to help vets, disabled people

New rules passed by the Labor Department earlier this week are good news for disabled people looking for work, as well as veterans. And there are quite a few unemployed disabled people out there. Right now the unemployment rate in this group is about 14.7, about twice the number for the general population. Among vets, the unemployment rate is 7.3, though for vets who served in the Iraq and Afghanistan was, the number is 9.9 percent.

Michigan among states with most seriously injured workers

Workplace injuries can occur in nearly any environment, but it is well known that certain industries are more prone than others to having injured workers. Not only that, but there may be a difference in the number of workplace injuries and illnesses depending on the state one works in, even in the same industry.

Michigan among states with most seriously injured workers

Workplace injuries can occur in nearly any environment, but it is well known that certain industries are more prone than others to having injured workers. Not only that, but there may be a difference in the number of workplace injuries and illnesses depending on the state one works in, even in the same industry.

Some anorexic females may be on autism spectrum

Autism, as our readers may know, is a disorder affecting brain development which affects a person’s ability to interact socially and communicate both verbally and nonverbally. Autism is identified as a spectrum disorder which includes various degrees of impact.