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Table 1. Prevalence of selected health conditions; work organization and psychosocial factors; and physical and chemical exposures among U.S. workers (Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities sector vs. All U.S. workers, 2010)

  All U.S. workers Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities sector
Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
Health Conditions Dermatitis in the past 12 months1 9.8 0.3 9.2-10.3 5.9 0.9 4.1-7.7
Carpal tunnel syndrome in the past 12 months1 3.1 0.2 2.8-3.4 1.9 0.5 0.9-3.0
Current asthma1 7.2 0.2 6.7-7.6 5.5 0.9 3.6-7.3
Injury or poisoning at work in the past 12 months1 2.8 0.4 2.0-3.4 2.0* 0.9 0.3-3.9
Work Organization Factors Work 60 hours a week or more2 7.2 0.3 6.7-7.7 12.3 1.5 9.2-15.3
Work 48 hours a week or more2 18.7 0.4 18.0-19.5 27.8 2.0 23.9-31.6
Non-standard work arrangements1 18.7 0.4 18.0-19.4 15.1 1.4 12.4-17.8
Temporary employment1 7.2 0.3 6.7-7.7 4.3 0.7 2.9-5.8
Non-standard shifts1 28.7 0.5 27.8-29.7 33.6 1.9 29.9-37.4
Psychosocial Exposures Job insecurity3 31.7 0.5 30.8-32.6 30.4 1.9 26.7-34.1
Work-family imbalance3 16.3 0.4 15.6-17.1 16.4 1.6 13.3-19.5
Hostile work environments1 7.8 0.3 7.3-8.4 9.4 1.1 7.4-11.5
Physical/Chemical Exposures Exposure to potential skin hazards at work1 20.6 0.4 19.8-21.3 14.3 1.4 11.6-17.0
Exposure to secondhand smoke at work4 10.0 0.3 9.3-10.6 13.9 1.6 10.8-17.0
Exposure to outdoor work1 24.7 0.4 23.8-25.6 53.4 2.0 49.6-57.3
Exposure to vapors, gas, dust, or fumes5 25.0 0.4 24.2-25.8 40.4 1.9 36.6-44.1

1 Among U.S. adults who have worked in the past 12 months.

2 Among U.S. adults who have worked in the past 12 months, who only held 1 job.

3 Among U.S. adults who were employed in the week prior to interview.

4 Among non-smoking U.S. adults who have worked in the past 12 months.

5 Exposure during longest-held job (all other exposures refer to current or most recent job).

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

 

Table 2. Prevalence of dermatitis in the past 12 months among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 9.8 0.3 9.2-10.3
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 5.9 0.9 4.1-7.7
Couriers/messengers + + +
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 8.4* 3.2 2.1-14.6
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations + + +
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 5.8* 2.3 1.3-10.3
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs -- -- --
Rail transportation workers -- -- --
Other transportation workers + + +
Industrial truck/tractor operators -- -- --
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers -- -- --
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 9.1* 3.7 1.8-16.4
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 6.2 1.8 2.7-9.7

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 3. Prevalence of carpal tunnel syndrome in the past 12 months among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 3.1 0.2 2.8-3.4
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 1.9 0.5 0.9-3.0
Couriers/messengers -- -- --
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 5.7* 2.6 0.7-10.7
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations + + +
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers + + +
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs -- -- --
Rail transportation workers -- -- --
Other transportation workers -- -- --
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers -- -- --
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector -- -- --
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 1.9* 0.9 0.1-3.7

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 4. Prevalence of current asthma among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 7.2 0.2 6.7-7.6
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 5.5 0.9 3.6-7.3
Couriers/messengers + + +
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 9.8* 3.4 3.1-16.4
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations + + +
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers + + +
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 4.2* 1.9 0.4-7.9
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs + + +
Rail transportation workers -- -- --
Other transportation workers -- -- --
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers + +
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector + + +
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 4.8* 1.9 1.0-8.6

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 5. Prevalence of working 48 hours a week or more among U.S. adults working one job at the time of interview by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 18.7 0.4 18.0-19.5
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 27.8 2.0 23.9-31.6
Couriers/messengers 30.8* 12.5 6.2-55.4
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 20.5 4.8 11.1-30.1
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 59.4* 19.6 20.8-98.0
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 19.6* 7.0 5.7-33.4
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers + + +
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 47.2 5.1 37.2-57.3
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 46.8 11.9 23.3-70.3
Rail transportation workers 45.1* 18.3 9.1-81.2
Other transportation workers + + +
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 18.5* 8.0 2.8-34.2
Other material moving workers + + +
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 35.9 6.7 22.8-49.0
Other workers in transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 21.7 3.7 14.5-28.9

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

 

Table 6. Prevalence of non-standard work arrangements among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 18.7 0.4 18.0-19.4
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 15.1 1.4 12.4-17.8
Couriers/messengers 41.0 11.2 19.0-63.0
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 8.4* 2.7 3.2-13.6
Electrical power-line installers/repairers -- -- --
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations + + +
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers + + +
Bus drivers 20.9* 8.1 5.0-36.9
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 28.0 3.9 20.3-35.7
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 57.6 11.6 34.9-80.4
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers + + +
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers 48.8* 16.6 16.2-81.4
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 16.3* 5.1 6.2-26.3
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 6.7 1.7 3.4-10.1

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 7. Prevalence of temporary employment among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 7.2 0.3 6.7-7.7
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 4.3 0.7 2.9-5.8
Couriers/messengers + + +
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 4.2* 1.8 0.6-7.8
Electrical power-line installers/repairers -- -- --
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations + + +
Flight attendants -- -- --
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 6.8* 2.2 2.4-11.2
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs + + +
Rail transportation workers -- -- --
Other transportation workers -- -- --
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers + + +
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector -- -- --
Other workers in transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 3.9* 1.3 1.4-6.4

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 8. Prevalence of non-standard shifts among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 28.7 0.5 27.8-29.7
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 33.6 1.9 29.9-37.4
Couriers/messengers 31.0* 11.1 9.3-52.8
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 22.5 4.7 13.2-31.7
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 34.1* 15.5 3.6-64.6
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 27.1 7.4 12.6-41.6
Flight attendants 94.2 3.6 87.1-100.0
Other air transportation workers 79.1 15.5 48.7-100.0
Bus drivers 30.9* 9.8 11.6-50.3
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 45.8 4.2 37.6-54.0
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 45.8 10.9 24.3-67.3
Rail transportation workers 92.2 7.7 77.1-100.0
Other transportation workers 68.8 11.5 46.2-91.5
Industrial truck/tractor operators 52.8 12.7 27.9-77.8
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 55.6 9.5 36.8-74.4
Other material moving workers + + +
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 19.9 4.8 10.5-29.4
Other workers in transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 18.9 2.9 13.1-24.7

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

 

Table 9. Prevalence of job insecurity among working U.S. adults by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 31.7 0.5 30.8-32.6
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 30.4 1.9 26.7-34.1
Couriers/messengers 18.6* 8.4 2.0-35.2
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 28.6 5.0 18.8-38.4
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 25.7 6.9 12.1-39.3
Flight attendants 34.4* 12.9 9.0-59.8
Other air transportation workers 46.5* 20.8 5.6-87.4
Bus drivers 24.7* 9.2 6.6-42.9
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 37.1 4.5 28.2-45.9
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 18.0* 8.0 2.4-33.7
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers 51.1 14.8 21.9-80.3
Industrial truck/tractor operators 41.4* 13.4 14.9-67.8
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 38.7 10.0 19.0-58.3
Other material moving workers 42.0* 18.0 6.5-77.5
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 22.0 5.8 10.6-33.5
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 29.4 3.6 22.4-36.5

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

 

Table 10. Prevalence of work-family imbalance among working U.S. adults by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 16.3 0.4 15.6-17.1
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 16.4 1.6 13.3-19.5
Couriers/messengers -- -- --
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 7.4* 2.9 1.7-13.0
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 15.3* 5.7 4.0-26.5
Flight attendants 18.6* 8.3 2.2-35.0
Other air transportation workers 60.4* 22.7 15.7-100.0
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 28.0 4.4 19.3-36.7
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs + + +
Rail transportation workers 78.3 12.1 54.6-100.0
Other transportation workers -- -- --
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 12.3* 5.1 2.2-22.4
Other material moving workers + + +
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 8.1* 3.2 1.8-14.4
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 16.2 3.1 10.2-22.3

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 11. Prevalence of hostile work environments among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 7.8 0.3 7.3-8.4
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 9.4 1.1 7.4-11.5
Couriers/messengers 14.8* 6.9 1.2-28.5
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 13.6 3.3 7.2-20.0
Electrical power-line installers/repairers -- -- --
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 7.5* 3.5 0.7-14.3
Flight attendants 41.9* 13.5 15.4-68.4
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 7.1* 2.4 2.5-11.8
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 11.9* 5.7 0.7-23.1
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers 24.9* 10.9 3.6-46.3
Industrial truck/tractor operators -- -- --
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers -- -- --
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 10.1* 3.7 2.7-17.4
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 8.4 2.0 4.5-12.4

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 12. Prevalence of exposure to potential skin hazards at work among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 20.6 0.4 19.8-21.3
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 14.3 1.4 11.6-17.0
Couriers/messengers + + +
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 6.4* 3.0 0.5-12.2
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 35.3* 17.5 0.9-69.7
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 37.5 7.6 22.5-52.5
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers + + +
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 16.0 3.3 9.6-22.4
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs + + +
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers 22.2* 9.4 3.7-40.7
Industrial truck/tractor operators 28.9* 11.4 6.5-51.4
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers + + +
Other material moving workers 34.3* 15.7 3.4-65.1
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 12.0* 4.1 4.0-20.0
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 12.1 2.9 6.4-17.8

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 13. Prevalence of exposure to outdoor work among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 24.7 0.4 23.8-25.6
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 53.4 2.0 49.6-57.3
Couriers/messengers 92.6 5.1 82.5-100.0
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 51.9 5.4 41.3-62.5
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 100.0 # #
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 63.7 7.5 48.9-78.4
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers 40.4* 19.1 2.7-78.0
Bus drivers 66.9 9.5 48.1-85.7
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 79.1 4.2 70.8-87.4
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 64.2 10.8 43.0-85.4
Rail transportation workers 92.2 7.7 77.1-100.0
Other transportation workers 52.3 14.0 24.7-79.9
Industrial truck/tractor operators -- -- --
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 35.5 8.7 18.5-52.5
Other material moving workers 41.3* 16.0 9.8-72.8
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 35.8 6.9 22.4-49.3
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 42.4 4.0 34.5-50.2

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

#Due to the small size of the subsample, we cannot conclude that all U.S. workers in this category are truly exposed.

 

Table 14. Prevalence of exposure to vapors, gas, dust, or fumes among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 25.0 0.4 24.2-25.8
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 40.4 1.9 36.6-44.1
Couriers/messengers 31.8* 11.3 9.7-54.0
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 30.8 5.5 20.1-41.5
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 76.4 13.0 50.9-100.0
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 63.2 8.0 47.5-79.0
Flight attendants 53.9 14.5 25.4-82.5
Other air transportation workers + + +
Bus drivers 57.6 10.8 36.5-78.8
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 50.5 5.1 40.5-60.6
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 28.7* 11.8 5.5-51.9
Rail transportation workers 81.2 11.4 58.8-100.0
Other transportation workers 49.1 13.8 21.9-76.2
Industrial truck/tractor operators 36.4* 11.8 13.2-59.6
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 51.5 8.6 34.6-68.3
Other material moving workers 76.7 12.0 53.2-100.0
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 22.7 6.3 10.2-35.1
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 29.2 3.2 22.9-35.5

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

 

Table 15a. Prevalence of exposure to secondhand smoke at work among non-smoking U.S. adults by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 10.0 0.3 9.3-10.6
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 13.9 1.6 10.8-17.0
Couriers/messengers 24.9* 10.9 3.4-46.5
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 6.7* 3.0 0.9-12.6
Electrical power-line installers/repairers 44.2* 17.4 9.9-78.4
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 7.5* 3.7 0.2-14.9
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers 27.6* 11.2 5.5-49.7
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 19.5 4.5 10.8-28.3
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 28.1* 10.5 7.4-48.8
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers + + +
Industrial truck/tractor operators + + +
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 22.3* 10.8 1.0-43.5
Other material moving workers -- -- --
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 11.6* 4.5 2.7-20.5
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 12.5 3.3 6.0-19.0

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

Table 15b. Prevalence of smoking among U.S. adults who worked in the past 12 months by Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities occupations, 2010

  Prevalence (%) Standard Error of Prevalence 95% Confidence Interval
All U.S. workers 19.7 0.4 18.9-20.4
All Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities workers 21.1 1.6 17.9-24.3
Couriers/messengers 16.3* 7.2 2.0-30.5
Other material recording/scheduling/dispatching/distributing workers 20.9 4.5 12.0-29.7
Electrical power-line installers/repairers + + +
Other installation/maintenance/repair occupations 18.0* 5.9 6.5-29.5
Flight attendants + + +
Other air transportation workers -- -- --
Bus drivers 19.8* 7.9 4.2-35.5
Driver/sales workers & truck drivers 28.1 4.4 19.4-36.9
Taxi drivers/chauffeurs 28.6* 11.2 6.6-50.6
Rail transportation workers + + +
Other transportation workers 24.5* 10.0 4.8-44.3
Industrial truck/tractor operators 42.6* 13.5 16.1-69.2
Laborers and freight/stock/material movers 26.9* 9.1 9.0-44.8
Other material moving workers 32.6* 13.6 5.9-59.3
Managers/supervisors in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 18.9 5.5 8.0-29.8
Other workers in Transportation/warehousing/utilities sector 18.2 3.0 12.3-24.2

* These estimates have a relative standard error >30% and <50% and should be used with caution as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

+ Estimates with a relative standard error >50% are not shown as they do not meet NCHS reliability/precision standards.

-- No cases detected, likely due to insufficient sample size.

 

 
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