Dental assistants are the least common of occupations, and yet they still take up the vast majority of the dentists’ time.
The most common occupational hazard for dentists is being a victim of workplace violence.
But according to a new study published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, it’s not because they’re the least-trained of the profession.
It’s because they make up a disproportionate number of the people who suffer from workplace bullying.
According to a study from researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, the least trained dental assistants in the United States are at risk of experiencing workplace bullying, including being physically assaulted or having their work duties threatened.
The study, “The Burden of Workplace Bullying and Dental Assistant Occupational Health,” examined data from a large sample of people who had worked in a dentist office over a five-year period.
Those who reported a higher level of work-related injuries than other people were found to have been the most likely to report workplace bullying and to have reported bullying at work.
But the study didn’t include people who reported that they were victims of workplace bullying as a way to gauge whether or not the work environment made them feel unsafe.
The researchers also looked at a number of different measures to see if there was a relationship between the presence of work bullying and higher rates of occupational and physical injury.
They found that people who worked in the dentist office with the most work-associated injuries were less likely to be satisfied with their jobs.
For example, a dentist who was a victim or victim of bullying in the workplace was also the most satisfied with his or her job performance.
The results of the study, titled “Workplace Bullied and Dont Hurt,” were particularly alarming for dentist assistants.
The more likely people were to be victims of bullying, the more likely they were to have physical injuries at work, the researchers found.
The findings don’t necessarily mean that people can be protected from workplace violence, however.
There are several reasons for this, the study found.
First, people may feel that they have an unfair advantage over someone else who has worked in their field.
In fact, people are more likely to feel that their own performance is inferior to the performance of someone else, the report notes.
This is particularly true for people who have more experience and experience-driven work.
“We don’t want to be the ones who feel that if we can’t perform well at work we are inferior to those who can,” study author Dr. David Kranish told the Associated Press.
“This is really about our ability to communicate and to collaborate, and that means working with people from different backgrounds and different occupations.”
Kranis said that some people in the workforce are being unfairly discriminated against, including people with disabilities and the disabled.
The problem with that assumption is that these workers can’t work with people who are more capable.
“They have no incentive to hire people with their disability,” Kranises said.
“I don’t know how anyone can justify discrimination on the basis of ability to work.
And I think we have to think about that as a whole.”
The study also found that the more people who experience workplace bullying in their careers, the higher their odds of having physical injuries in their career.
This means that, on average, more people are being injured by bullying at the workplace than are being hurt by bullying in a relationship.
The authors of the new study cautioned that this study doesn’t prove that bullying can’t hurt you in a workplace.
The research was conducted with data collected from the General Social Survey.
However, it does show that, overall, there are a number factors that contribute to the likelihood that someone will experience workplace violence and injuries.
In addition to the study’s limitations, there’s also the fact that the survey data isn’t complete.
That means that it’s possible that some of the data doesn’t represent the real numbers of people being bullied in a particular workplace.
Still, the authors of this study suggest that more studies are needed to better understand the impact of workplace workplace bullying on workers.
“What this study does, and what we’ve done before, is provide the best information on how bullying is occurring in the general workforce,” Krasish told Healthline.
“And we want to continue to collect that information, so that we can better inform our public policy about the need to address bullying in workplaces.”
For more information about workplace bullying visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.