Table 13c.

Percent distribution of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work 1 by major occupational group and number of days away
from work, 2004
Minnesota--private industry
Percent of cases involving
Occupation

Total [24,000 cases]

Total
cases

100.0

1 day

3 to 5
days

2 days

19.0

12.5

Management occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
26.3
13.2
Business and financial operations occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
33.3
-Computer and mathematical occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Architecture and engineering occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Life, physical, and social science occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Community and social services occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Legal occupations................................................................................................................
---Education, training, and library occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Arts, design, entertainment, sports,
and media occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
22.2
-Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
17.6
12.4
Healthcare support occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
28.5
16.1
Protective service occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
-22.2
Food preparation and serving related occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
16.1
6.5
Building and grounds cleaning
and maintenance occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
16.0
13.7
Personal care and service occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
-11.5
Sales and related occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
19.6
11.6
Office and administrative support occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
24.8
13.8
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
20.0
-Construction and extraction occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
20.8
9.3
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
9.7
12.0
Production occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
20.5
14.1
Transportation and material moving occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
14.7
13.5

1

Days-away-from-work cases include those that result in days away from work with or without job

transfer or restriction.
NOTE: Dashes indicate data that are not available. Because of rounding and data exclusion of
nonclassifiable responses, data may not sum to the totals.

6 to 10
days

11 to 20
days

21 to 30
days

31 days
or more

Median
days away
from work

18.8

14.8

11.3

6.3

17.3

5

21.1
----16.7
---

10.5
--------

---------

15.8
--------

-----16.7
---

4
3
4
1
17
6
-6

-17.0
18.8
-10.8

-20.3
15.1
-6.5

-9.2
8.1
-8.6

-15.0
--7.5

-8.5
11.3
-43.0

4
6
3
8
22

18.3
11.5
15.2
17.9
20.0
23.1
12.0
22.3
19.4

21.4
15.4
20.5
10.3
-10.6
19.4
10.7
18.2

15.3
7.7
8.0
8.3
-13.5
16.0
13.4
7.8

5.3
-8.0
7.6
-5.8
7.4
4.8
5.5

9.2
42.3
16.1
17.2
-17.3
22.9
13.9
20.9

6
18
6
3
19
5
10
4
6

SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U. S. Department of Labor, Survey of Occupational
Injuries and Illnesses in cooperation with participating State agencies.

Table 13c. Percent distribution of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work 1 by major occupational group and number of days away
from work, 2003
Minnesota--private industry
Percent of cases involving
Occupation

Total [25,550 cases]

Total
cases

100.0

1 day

3 to 5
days

2 days

20.0

13.0

Management occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
11.8
-Business and financial operations occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
30.8
-Computer and mathematical occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
57.1
-Architecture and engineering occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Life, physical, and social science occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Community and social services occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
10.3
6.9
Legal occupations................................................................................................................
---Education, training, and library occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Arts, design, entertainment, sports,
and media occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
25.0
-Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
20.8
19.2
Healthcare support occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
30.0
11.6
Protective service occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Food preparation and serving related occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
17.4
11.6
Building and grounds cleaning
and maintenance occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
26.9
16.6
Personal care and service occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
15.0
-Sales and related occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
19.8
12.7
Office and administrative support occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
23.0
17.4
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
--Construction and extraction occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
15.1
9.7
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
17.0
18.1
Production occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
18.3
13.6
Transportation and material moving occupations................................................................................................................
100.0
17.2
11.0
1
Days-away-from-work cases include those that result in days away from work with or without job
transfer or restriction.

NOTE: Dashes indicate data that are not available. Because of rounding and data exclusion of
nonclassifiable responses, data may not sum to the totals.

6 to 10
days

11 to 20
days

21 to 30
days

31 days
or more

Median
days away
from work

19.7

12.3

12.1

6.6

16.4

5

27.5
----24.1
---

39.2
26.9
---24.1
---

11.8
15.4
--25.0
----

---------

-----20.7
---

7
8
1
4
2
7
-4

25.0
16.2
22.2
-27.9

-12.3
10.6
-22.1

-13.1
8.7
-14.0

-6.9
--4.7

-10.8
15.5
---

3
3
3
1
3

14.5
40.0
10.3
18.8
-15.7
12.3
24.1
20.7

11.7
7.5
16.7
10.8
-11.0
8.2
12.3
10.4

11.7
15.0
17.5
9.9
14.3
11.4
12.9
12.7
12.4

3.4
7.5
4.0
6.6
-8.0
7.6
3.2
12.6

14.5
12.5
18.3
12.7
-29.1
24.6
15.5
15.5

4
5
9
4
13
10
8
5
6

SOURCE: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U. S. Department of Labor, Survey of Occupational
Injuries and Illnesses in cooperation with participating State agencies.

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