Men 356% More at Risk of Homicide by Colleagues Than Females
My research project The Killer in the Next Cubicle evaluates 146 employee-on-employee killings which occurred across America during the past seven years. This research reveals men were more than 3.5 times at risk of being killed by a co-worker in comparison to women.
From January 7, 2010 to August 24, 2017, 114 male workers were killed by current or former colleagues in comparison to 32 female workers according to this research. Thus,
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, homicide is the fourth leading cause of occupational death in the United States.
The first as well as the most recent occupational killing in the study involved male victims.