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Most Deadliest and Dangerous Jobs Statistics

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RankOccupations with the Most DeathsDeath’s Per 100,000 Employees
1Logging Workers91.3
2Fishers and Related Fishing Workers75
3Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers50.6
4Roofers38.7
5Refuse and Recyclable Materials Collectors33
6Mining Machine Operators26.9
7Driver/Sales Workers and Truck Drivers22
8Farmers, Ranchers, And Other Agricultural Managers21.8
9Electrical Power-Line Installers And Repairers21.5
10Construction Laborers17.7
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RankOccupations with the Most InjuriesChance of Injury
1Janitors and cleaners1:8
2Construction laborers1:13
3Nursing aids and orderlies1:15
4Nonconstruction Laborers1:20
5Assemblers1:23
6Carpenters1:23
7Stock handlers and baggers1:30
8Truckdrivers1:41
9Cooks1:51
10Cashiers1:74
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Source: Statistic Brain Research Institute (Online / Direct Response Mail)
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 25, 2017

Most Deadliest and Dangerous Jobs Statistics

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