Working conditions in Central America

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16 Juuni 2015
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The First Central American Working Conditions and Health Survey, carried out in 2011, found that many people are self-employed, and that three-quarters of the workforce are not covered by social security. The most common occupational exposure, for men and women in all economic sectors, is repetitRead more

The First Central American Working Conditions and Health Survey, carried out in 2011, found that many people are self-employed, and that three-quarters of the workforce are not covered by social security. The most common occupational exposure, for men and women in all economic sectors, is repetitive movement. Two-thirds of the workforce feel their health is good or very good, and 7 out of 10 workers report having good mental health. The survey on working conditions was based on a representative sample of 12,024 workers interviewed in their homes in six Central American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama.

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