That first day of the work week can be a doozy for construction workers in the 25-to-34 age bracket. Builder Online reports a majority of injury cases for those workers occurred on Mondays. The most common injuries in 2014 were sprains, strains, tears, and fractures, with the highest share of cases requiring 31 or more days away from work. Among construction workers, incidents occurred most often among employees with between one and five years of experience with their employer. Most workers were hurt after they had been on the job for between two and four hours-not at the end of their shifts. Wednesday has the second highest number of injuries, followed by Tuesday. Friday showed the lowest number of the week. Read More