7 Of The Most Dangerous Jobs We Take For Granted

Everyone complains about their job at one point or another, but how many can actually say they hold an extremely dangerous job that may mean life or death at some point in their career? The answer is actually quite high, as there are a lot of dangerous jobs out there held by people who are simply doing what needs to be done. The danger in these jobs comes in many forms, from serious injury to loss of life and anything in between. Yet people continue getting up in the morning to complete them. Here are Seven of the most dangerous jobs in the world.

7. Coast Guard Search and Rescue

The Coast Guard holds one of the noblest of career in the entire world, as they save people’s lives on a regular basis. However, Coast Guards are exposed to terrible environments, rough conditions, natural disasters, sea rescues, night rescues, and plenty of other dangerous situations.

6. Construction Workers
Construction Workers are exposed to plenty, including hazardous materials, explosives, power tools, heavy machinery, and unstable buildings with extreme heights. The fatality rate currently sits at 18.3 per 100,000 workers, making it incredibly dangerous.

5. Zoo Keepers
While being a Zoo keeper may sound like an interesting job, the simply fact is that wild animals are extremely dangerous and unpredictable. Cleaning, feeding, and tending to said wild animals could mean life or death with a single misstep.

4. Stuntmen
While they may have an incredibly cool job, Stuntmen are actually a rare breed of individuals who are passing away too quickly. The risk of this profession is currently 2.5 out of 1,000, putting them at a higher risk of death or injury than police officers.

3. Professional Aircraft Pilots
Pilots, back in 2011, had 56 deaths for every 100,000 workers, making it the third most dangerous profession within the United States. Airplane crashes related to operator fatigue and miscalculation tend to be the biggest killer here.

2. Loggers
Loggers, otherwise known as Lumberjacks, harvest lumber for our everyday usage. However, it is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world, with a fatality rate of 91.9 out of 100,000. Injuries or death can come from falling trees, severed limbs from cutting machinery, tractor accidents, and more.

1. Commercial Fishermen
Being a Commercial Fishermen means you take part in the single most dangerous job in the world. With 128 deaths per 100,000 workers, being a fishermen could mean life or death on any single voyage you take part in.


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