Some jobs come with high risk. If you’ve ever flown in a plane or had your roof redone, you probably understand that these jobs can be dangerous. Some other professions, however, might surprise you.
Below are the top 10 most dangerous jobs in America, according to the 2016 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries.1
The jobs listed above had the highest fatal work injury rate per 100,000 full-time employees.
Drivers (Truck and sales workers), because so many of them are on the road, recorded the highest total number of work-related fatalities: 918 deaths in 2016.
However, some other professions were rated as more dangerous because a higher percentage of their workers suffered fatal injuries.
You can take various steps to protect yourself and your family, including:
Also, you could buy Accident Protection Insurance.
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1Johnson, David, The Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America, Time, U.S. Jobs, 22 December 2017; http://time.com/5074471/most-dangerous-jobs/
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