10 Most Dangerous Jobs in the World

In order for you to survive in this world, you need to work and working is not always safe depending what sort of a job you do. A job might have health risks ranging from a simple headache to actually falling from a height. This particular list discusses ten most dangerous jobs around the world. If you are actually employed with one of these jobs, you might want to be extra careful.

10. CONSTRUCTION WORKER


Construction WorkerThe annual salary on average of a construction worker is around $66,422 and the death rate associated with this job is 18.3 per 100,000 people employed. Construction workers usually work on uneven terrains. These terrains can be at a height and on top of that can be slippery, rocky and even busy highways. Cherry on top, they have to deal with explosives too at times.

9. TRUCK DRIVER

 Truck Driver

The annual salary on average of a construction worker is around $43,048 and the death rate associated with this job is 18.3 per 100,000 people employed. This is not just a simple profession. The difficult part about this job is the routine the truck drivers usually have. They travel on long routes and most of the times without any break or rest. The boring long ways can make you very sleepy and you know what happens when you are sleepy behind a wheel.

8. INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY MAINTAINANCE

 Industrial Machinery

The annual salary on average of a construction worker is around $46,645 and the death rate associated with this job is 18.5 per 100,000 people employed. You are probably aware that industrial machinery is not exactly friendly. Most of the times, they are all about heavy-duty crushing, melting, bending and heating etc. You need to be extremely focused for if you lose it for even a single second, chances are you are done for.

7. WASTE COLLECTOR

 Waste Collector

The annual salary on average of a construction worker is around $35,945 and the death rate associated with this job is 25.2 per 100,000 people employed. ‘A garbage collector and such a high death-rate’; we are pretty sure that’s what you are wondering. But you should know that a garbage truck doesn’t stop and they collector is hanging at the back jumping off and climbing up again. Loss of balance can be extremely dangerous on the road.

6. STEEL WORKER

 Steel Worker

The annual salary on average of a construction worker is around $47,013 and the death rate associated with this job is 30.3 per 100,000 people employed. A steel worker is usually working at heights or otherwise working with hot, molten stuff. In case of heights, they need to dodge all sort of debris and loss of balance can lead to sudden death or several broken bones. Moreover, they are carrying heavy loads on their back which make the chances even high.

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