When people die on the job in 'accidents,' what really happens?
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Workonomics

Workers Memorial Day in the United States honors those who have been injured or killed on the job. But really, if we paid more attention to what we were doing and if companies enforced safety standards rather than skimping on them, we could save many people from tragedy rather than remember them when they're gone.

Warning: graphic violence. These are actors and the accidents are animated, but the effect is the same as watching someone get seriously injured or killed.


The Restaurant "Accident"

The Window Washer "Accident"

The Retail Store "Accident"

The Jackhammer "Accident"

via @Todd_Spence / Twitter

Seven years ago, Bill Murray shared a powerful story about the importance of art. The revelation came during a discussion at the National Gallery in London for the release of 2014's "The Monuments Men." The film is about a troop of soldiers on a mission to recover art stolen by the Nazis.

After his first time performing on stage in Chicago, Murray was so upset with himself that he contemplated taking his own life.

"I wasn't very good, and I remember my first experience, I was so bad I just walked out — out onto the street and just started walking," he said.

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