What Are The Most Dangerous Jobs?
March 8, 2018 6:56pm CST
Do you know which jobs lead to the most fatalities each year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics published in December of 2017, these are the top 5 occupational leaders: 1. Lumber Industry (Lumberjacks) 2. Fishers and related fishing workers 3. Aircraft Pilots/Flight Engineers 4. Roofers 5. Sanitation Workers/Trash collectors Any ideas which jobs round out the top ten? Is there a profession not listed here you would add to the list? Why do you feel that job is so dangerous? Source- Time Magazine Photo- pinterest.com/google images
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In this country, lawyers and police officers are not qualified to take out a loan from the bank. They are listed as high risk jobs. It means these kind of jobs are too risky that people might die and won't be able to pay off their debt.
@marguicha IN this country when you get a loan it comes with an insurance that in case you die, the whole amount is extinguished but you heirs still get the property you borrowed money for. That's why risky jobs aren't allowed to take out loans or the bank will go bankrupt.
Thanks for that input Anna. Yes, mining is a very dangerous job for sure! Surprised about the transport drivers although truck drivers are #7 here. 6. Steelworker 7. Truck Drivers 8. Farmers/ ranchers 9. Construction Trades 10. Grounds Maintenance workers
yeah...I wonder by seeing Fire worker jobs...They risk their life to save people when fire catches.Also soldiers are very very Great and My great salute to them.They are sacrificing their lives for the people of their lovable country.