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Youth Homicide, Figure 13

Cost Estimates of Violent Deaths: Figures and Tables

Total Combined Medical and Work Loss Costs of Youth Homicide, by Age, United States, 2005

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Homicides among youths age 10-24 years had a total combined medical and work loss cost of $7.7 billion in 2005. The number and cost of youth homicides increased with age, with 20-24 year olds representing 61% of youth homicide costs ($4.7 billion).

 
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