Which of the following, if true in Gilavia, most strongly supports the proposed explanation? A. In the last five years, there has been no decline in the number of workplace injuries leading to immediate admission to a hospital emergency room. B. Employers generally have to pay financial compensation to employees who suffer work-related injuries. C. Many injuries that happen on the job are injuries that would be impossible to conceal and yet would not be severe enough to require any change to either the employee's work schedule or the employee's job responsibilities. D. A continuing shift in employment patterns has led to a decline in the percentage of the workforce that is employed in the dangerous occupations in which workplace injuries are likely. E. Employers who have instituted safety-incentive programs do not in general have a lower proportion of reported workplace injuries among their employees than do employers without such programs.