This infographic lists the top ten most hazardous jobs in the U.S. as reported by the US Department of Labor Statistics. We combined the data with humorous illustrations to call attention to these hazardous jobs.
These jobs had the highest rate of fatal injuries for full-time employees for 2014. The numbers below reflect the deaths per 100,000 full-time employees.
According to the infographic, the most dangerous job in the US is practiced by the logging workers. Next, comes the fishers and related fishing workers. Third, aircraft pilots and engineers are likely to get killed in the workplace.
The list of the top hazardous jobs in the U.S. also includes roofers, refuse and recyclable material collectors, farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers. Unfortunately, steel workers and first-line supervisors are also at stake.
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