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Women in protective services are most likely to commit suicide PHOTO/ ShutterstockA 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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