Which is safer - a stationary Job or a travelling job?

India
October 5, 2006 12:54am CST
personally, I have been in both careers. I found the travelling job to be safer.
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11 responses
@oriental (1051)
• Uruguay
6 Oct 06
I think a stationary job is more boring but safer than a travelling job. In the latter, you have more posibilities of having an accident.
@oriental (1051)
• Uruguay
6 Oct 06
Forgot to add.
@doctorul (1063)
• Romania
5 Oct 06
Any job could be safe from your own point of vw! The problem is the enviroment and other people involved!
5 Oct 06
Concequence of other peoples actions!
@crankycool (1052)
• India
9 Dec 06
I prefer travelling jobs... but wen it comes to safety, stationary jobs are more safer!!
• United States
6 Oct 06
Both can be dangerous anything can happen to any of us at anytime. So I guess whatever job works for one person then they should have fun and enjoy their job.
@remaster74 (4067)
• Greece
6 Oct 06
This is difficult. Travelling jobs can kill you on the way. Stationery jobs can kill you to bordom!
@BELMCstar (1343)
• Australia
6 Oct 06
It would depend on where you are based. People in the world trade centers would have thought that they were safe, and yet a plane hit them. People who travel at least get to see a bit of the country/world whilst travelling.
@gulshah (861)
• China
6 Oct 06
a stationary job
@dellion (6706)
• Malaysia
6 Oct 06
If am single I will prefer travelling otherwise I will prefer to be station.
@psmohan (1883)
• India
6 Oct 06
It is always safe to be in a stationary job
5 Oct 06
How safer? Has a giant cupboard fallen atop of you? I believe due to that nature of a stationary job, (which I assume you mean basically office-sort of general work?) that this particular job would win out in the long run.
@acdc0805 (981)
• United States
5 Oct 06
I think a little bit of both is great:)