NCCI released new research on the intersection of age, gender, and sector on decreasing frequency. Among the key findings:
- Younger workers are getting injured less often than their older peers, a major shift in relative rates.
- The gender gap in frequency is narrower due to injury rates falling faster for men than for women.
- Frequency decline is driven mainly by lower incidence rates for all workers, not demographic shifts.
- Workforce aging has had almost no effect on frequency decline.
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