The U.K. economy is growing, and many workers are still finding jobs in their chosen fields, according to the latest employment figures.
But one in four U.N. experts say there are some occupations that could be losing their jobs.
(Published Thursday, Aug. 14, 2020) The U to be the fastest-growing major economy in the world, with an average annual growth rate of 3.4 percent.
But the U is also home to some of the most dangerous work environments.
A quarter of all workers in the United States, roughly half of them women, will be in work-related violence in 2035, according the U.’s latest job-displacement forecast.
That’s according to an analysis by The Associated Press and The New York Times.
They calculated the share of workers who experience workplace violence in five major sectors: retail, hospitality, public administration, retail and food services.
In addition to the U., the study found that one in five workers will experience some form of violence in their lifetime.
The U. is still far from being the safest country on earth, but the AP’s analysis found that the country is on track to become a better place to live.
That’s thanks to the recent surge in U.D.C. refugees, many of whom have come to the country after fleeing violence in Central America.