Monday, July 11, 2016

Women With Protective Service Jobs More Likely to Commit Suicide

Female Law Enforcement Agents More Likely To Commit Suicide Than People In Other Professions
The Daily Caller

Women in protective services are most likely to commit suicide PHOTO/ Shutterstock
A person’s job and gender may determine how likely they are to commit suicide, according to a report from the Center for Disease Control. Women in law enforcement, for instance, commit suicide at a higher rate than women in any other occupation.

The CDC analyzed data from 2012 and found women in protective services, like police officers and firefighters, commit suicide at a higher rate than women in other professional groups. For every 100,000 women in protective services, 14.1 committed suicide in 2012.
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