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At the young ages, it is non-Black non-Hispanics who are most likely to work nonstandard schedules, broadly defined, and Blacks who are most likely to work nonday employment schedules specifically (excluding those whose hours vary).
Based on the intelligence preparation of the battlefield and the development of named areas of interest (NAIs), the staff developed a pattern analysis of locations and times that drove the employment schedule to counter the enemy's activities against the facilities and bases.
A variable employment schedule, which can upset daily hormone-production cycles, had previously been linked to breast cancer and, in one study, to colorectal cancer in women.
Percent distribution(1) of employment schedules for selected groups of women, May 1991 Employed women, 18-34 years, with children under 14,-- Employment schedule With a high With more than school education a high or less school education Hourly shift: Total 100.