Ranking Dangerous Jobs in America

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The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has released a list of jobs that are most likely to cause deaths at work.

Included in the list are occupations with an occupational injury index that exceeds 100,000 deaths each, according to Sputnik.

The BusinessInsider portal experts reviewed the list published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and ranked the most deadly occupations, those occupations with the highest number of fatal injuries.

US Dangerous Career Rankings:

Tenth place: workers in green space care, lawn mowing and more.

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 20.2

These workers directly oversee and coordinate maintenance activities for green spaces and lawns.

Ninth place: construction and mining jobs

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 21.0

These workers directly oversee and coordinate construction and mining activities.

Eighth: workers working with steel or steel beams

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 23.6

Such workers replace metal or metal beams needed for construction

7. Farmers, ranchers and other representatives of agricultural businesses

Number of occupational accidents per 100,000 workers: 24.7

6. Truck drivers and other cars

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 26.0

5 – Waste Collection Workers

Number of occupational accidents per 100,000 workers: 44.3

4- Roof repair and construction workers

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 51.5

3. Pilots and flight engineers

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 58.9

2. Fishermen

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 77.4

First place: workers working in the forest to cut down trees and loggers

Number of fatal accidents per 100,000 workers: 97.6



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