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10 'extremely dangerous' places to work

The number of countries rated as ‘extreme risk’ in Maplecroft’s 7th annual Working Conditions Index (WCI), rose over 20%, from 49 to 60, between 2013 and 2014.
This signifies a worsening global landscape for workers, especially migrants, relating to wider labour related issues, including trafficking and forced and bonded labour.
The MCI evaluates 197 countries on their minimum wage levels, working hours, and health and safety in the workplace.