This article will bring you to the list of professions with highest rate of domestic violence. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it. There have been a lot of studies and research on the topic, but there is hardly any reliable research about which occupations are the riskiest when it comes to abuse within one’s home. Surely, there are plenty of articles that deal with the topic of how conditions at home affect your working performance. However, the number of those tackling the connection between domestic violence and professions is minimal. The data is usually too vague, and everybody is avoiding to publicly pinpoint what kind of jobs are victims or abusers most likely to have.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three professions with highest rate of domestic violence from their list.
The first professions is the job of Customer service workers. The study shows that the rates of domestic violence among female-dominated occupations are 47% higher when compared to men in managerial positions. Somewhat surprisingly, professional athletes and men at dangerous jobs have a less percentage. When you think about it, this actually reflects reality. How many cases of a man beating his wife and children have you heard of in your surrounding? The next one on our list now should be Clerks. Here is another female-dominated profession mentioned in our sources, which ranks 6th on our list of professions with highest rate of domestic violence. Being physically violent at home makes up for the depressing feeling because one is working with the weaker sex. A man without a well-established awareness of self-worth (and others’ worth, for that matter) is more likely to give in to the violent criminal acts. One more reason for choosing customer service workers and clerks is the fact that these two jobs are the lowest-paid (the third one is the textile worker). There is a strong bond between low income, bare survival, and inhumane acts. At last, but not least we are mentioning soldiers. In the US, combat veterans are responsible for almost 21 percent of domestic violence, which is connected to the development of post-traumatic stress disorder. Officially, levels of intimate partner violence within the post-9/11 military and veterans’ communities increased at a rapid pace. Sadly, the harsh reality could be even worse. We shall all agree that military is a specific environment, especially since if any criminal acts happen within, it first goes to the officer in charge, rather than the police. There is a number of cases which ended up being covered up, thus discouraging, even more, women from reporting violence.