The 22 Most Dangerous Jobs you can ever do

The 22 Most Dangerous Jobs you can ever do
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Though people commit crimes to be successful by putting their lives in danger, there are also jobs that are also risky.
Many jobs require employees to put their well-being in danger, even to the point of risking their lives when they clock in.
Aspiring police officers know that they’ll be fighting crime, and firefighters are well aware that putting out fires is life-threatening. But there are some careers in which the perils are less evident.
Using data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and ONet, HealthGrove and StartClass looked at the 22 most dangerous jobs based on the fatal injury rate per 100,000 full-time workers.

#22. Firefighters


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 8.2
Number employed: 308,790
Average salary: $45,970



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#21. Electricians


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 8.5
Number employed: 566,930
Average salary: $51,110


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#20. Bus and Truck Mechanics


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 8.6
Number employed: 243,080
Average salary: $43,630

#19. Athletes


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 8.9
Number employed: 11,520
Average salary: $43,350


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#18. Painters


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 9.4
Number employed: 204,600
Average salary: $35,950

#17. Police Officers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 10.6
Number employed: 638,810
Average salary: $56,810

#16. Mechanics and Installer Managers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 11
Number employed: 434,810
Average salary: $62,150


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#15. Cleaners and Groundskeepers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 13.1
Number employed: 2.14 million
Average salary: $22,840

#14. Maintenance and Repair Workers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 15.3
Number employed: 1.28 million
Average salary: $36,170

#13. Landscaping and Groundskeeping Supervisors


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 15.3
Number employed: 101,190
Average salary: $43,160

#12. Taxi Drivers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people:
17.8
Number employed: 178,260
Average salary: $23,210

#11. Construction Workers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 18.1
Number employed: 852,870
Average salary: $31,090

#10. Electric Line Repairer


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 23.6
Number employed: 114,540
Average salary: $65,930

#9. Farmers/Ranch Managers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 22.9
Number employed: 4,300
Average salary: $68,050

#8. Truckers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 23.6
Number employed: 405,810
Average salary: $22,250

#7. Mining Machine Operators


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 26.9
Number employed: 11,540
Average salary: $48,440

#6. Trash Collectors


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 33
Number employed: 115,170
Average salary: $33,660

#5. Roofers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 40.5
Number employed: 103,650
Average salary: $35,760

#4. Extraction Workers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 46.9
Number employed: 24,130
Average salary: $34,480

#3. Airline Pilots


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 50.6
Number employed: 75,760
Average salary: $118,140

#2. Fishers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 75
Number employed: 400
Average salary: $35,250

#1. Loggers


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Fatal injury rate per 100K people: 91
Number employed: 25,210
Average salary: $35,190

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