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Low-Wage Workers' Health Project

 

Strengthening the existing and extensive community based resources in New York State that provide comprehensive occupational health and safety services to low-wage workers is a crucial step for ending worker exploitation and improving occupatinal health.
 
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On April 28, 2014 the Low-Wage Workers' Health Project, a collaboration based at the Occupational Health Clinical Center released a report:  Low-Wage Work in Syracuse:  Worker Health in the New Economy.

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"They" are Syracuse's low-wage workers, typical of those living in the concentrated poverty recently reported in the city.  In the second phase of the Low-Wage Workers' Health Project, 146 shared their experiences about working in a variety of jobs.

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