Most Dangerous Jobs in the US
Delivered December 9, 2019. Contributor: Alexandra Y.
The goal is to determine the top 20 most dangerous jobs in the United States by fatality rate in order to create an infographic.
have the most dangerous jobs in the United States, with a fatality rate of
100 per 100,000 workers
Fishing-related fatalities most commonly occur during
The average salary of a fisherman is
Loggers experience a fatality rate of
87.3 per 100,000 workers
fatalities occur from workers being struck by falling logs or branches, as well as rolling logs while using a chainsaw.
The average salary of a logger is
Aircraft pilots experience a fatality rate of
51.3 per 100,000 workers
Naturally, most fatalities occur
. The most common causes of injuries and fatalities
loss of control while in-flight, impact with land, system failures, and midair collisions.
The average wage of a pilot is
Roofers experience a fatality rate of
45.2 per 100,000 workers
The most common injury and reason for fatalities in roofing is
falling from a roof
or other high surface.
The average wage of a roofer is
Recyclable Material Collectors
Workers that collect refuse or recyclable materials experience a fatality rate of
34.9 per 100,000 workers
The main reason for their high fatality rate is
, which occur because these workers are constantly traveling to and from sites collecting items.
The average wage of these type of workers is
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