You don’t have to read another poorly designed study of unreliable data because Pharmer has saved you the time.
This so called study was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, by Canadian Researchers, using U.S. data
Face to face interviews were conducted by “trained lay interviewers of the U.S. Census Bureau” with an expectation of honest answers about mental illness, substance abuse, and physical and sexual abuse.
Patients do not reliably relate this information to their health care providers (who are legally constrained to keep it private). Pharmer is therefore 100 percent certain that the census workers were not able to obtain a usable body of data using face to face interviews. Respondents are not likely to report stigmatized or socially unaccepted conditions and experiences with the following in mind: The government wants to know if you are experiencing mental illness, or if you were abused as a child. Your ability to be licensed for certain professions, or own a means of self defense may be affected.
You may comfortably throw away any conclusions presented from this study, and laugh at those who present it as a means to persuade parents to never spank their kids on the behind as a corrective measure.
One of the workers in the above article was fired and rehired multiple times by the Census Bureau, and this counted for the creation of four new jobs. This worker is now unemployed once more. The other writer reports extreme job redundancy, and waste of resources.
Your tax dollars at work, stimulating the economy.
This job is without benefits, it may require utilizing the automobile of the employee, and it removes this person from the unemployment rolls, whether they are actually engaged in work, or whether they are waiting, without pay in the census employment pool.
Please remember this artificial deflation of the unemployment figures while you are evaluating government generated employment statistics.
Also remember that malfunctioning computer programs are being used for accumulation and analysis of the census data.