posted on Mar, 3 2014 @ 08:08 PM
reply to post by MemoryShock
I would say that 9 bankers in less than a month is statistically far more improbable than 200 construction workers a year.
Construction work is very hard, physically and mentally. There are enormous pressures and the work is very dangerous, more dangerous than being a cop.
If you screw up, someone can die, maybe you. Most workers are young people struggling to survive, barely keeping a roof over their head and a food
on the table.
Even when ICB execs screw up, they still walk away wealthy men, except on a very rare occasion. Maybe they lose their trophy wives, and have to