Philip injured his right shoulder while working as a process worker. He underwent surgery and was left with a lifting restriction. He was referred to Return to work assist on 19 October 2011 as he was no longer employed when his workers' compensation claim was closed.Read More
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Australians spend more time worrying about work than any other
issue in their lives, Sydney Morning Herald reports. Worries about
work topped the list of other possible concerns, including war, the
environment and politics. In the first major study of everyday
Australians' worries, Macquarie University researchers found that
"future career" concerns created the greatest worry for men and
women, while "the future" and "achievements" also ranked in the
five top concerns. ''A lot of people tended to worry about work,
social interactions, their appearance and those sorts of areas,"
said Associate Professor Jennifer Hudson, from the Centre for
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