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    America's 10 dangerous jobs.

    10 sectors with the highest fatal work injury rates (per 100,000 full-time workers):

    1. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
    Fatal work injury rate: 24.4
    Number of fatal work injuries: 557

    2. Mining
    Fatal work injury rate: 15.8
    Number of fatal work injuries: 154

    3. Transportation and warehousing
    Fatal work injury rate: 15.0
    Number of fatal work injuries: 733

    4. Construction
    Fatal work injury rate: 8.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 721

    5. Wholesale trade
    Fatal work injury rate: 4.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 189

    6. Utilities
    Fatal work injury rate: 4.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 39

    7. Professional and business services
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 424

    8. Other services (e.g., equipment and machinery repairing, promoting or administering religious activities, grant-making)
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 177

    9. Government
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 495

    10. Manufacturing
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 322

    10 occupations with high fatal work injury rates (per 100,000 full-time workers):

    1. Fishers and related fishing workers
    Fatal work injury rate: 121.2

    2. Loggers
    Fatal work injury rate: 102.4

    3. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
    Fatal work injury rate: 57.0

    4. Refuse and recyclable material collectors
    Fatal work injury rate: 41.2

    5. Roofers
    Fatal work injury rate: 31.8

    6. Structural iron and steel workers
    Fatal work injury rate: 26.9

    7. Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers
    Fatal work injury rate: 25.3

    8. Driver/sales workers and truck drivers
    Fatal work injury rate: 24.0

    9. Electrical power-line installers and repairers
    Fatal work injury rate: 20.3

    10. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs
    Fatal work injury rate: 19.7

    The report also includes information on the causes of these workplace fatalities. Topping the list is transportation incidents, which accounted for more than two out of every five fatal work injuries. Also high on the list? Workplace violence, with 458 homicides and 242 suicides recorded in 2011.

    Fatal occupational injuries by major event:
    Transportation incidents -- 41 percent
    Violence and other injuries by people or animals -- 17 percent
    Contact with objects and equipment -- 15 percent
    Falls, slips and trips -- 14 percent
    Exposure to harmful substances and environments -- 9 percent
    Fires and explosions -- 3 percent


    That's alot of deaths for just working..
    Hence the 242 suicides in 2011....


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    mining is really good pay though, my friend makes around 190k a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Death Star View Post
    mining is really good pay though, my friend makes around 190k a year.
    How much is that in USD? Or you mean by $190,000 USD?

    But, why risk your life of it caving in?


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    Quote Originally Posted by -Death Star View Post
    australian dollars.
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    I find it weird that Government jobs made it on those lists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digits2012 View Post
    2. Mining
    Fatal work injury rate: 15.8
    Number of fatal work injuries: 154
    mean that so much people plays minecraft o.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flengo View Post
    I find it weird that Government jobs made it on those lists.
    I lol'd on that, but I think it means by like the CIA and FBI.


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    Too bad i don't live here so no need for this,but the deaths really surprise me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digits2012 View Post
    10 sectors with the highest fatal work injury rates (per 100,000 full-time workers):

    1. Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
    Fatal work injury rate: 24.4
    Number of fatal work injuries: 557

    2. Mining
    Fatal work injury rate: 15.8
    Number of fatal work injuries: 154

    3. Transportation and warehousing
    Fatal work injury rate: 15.0
    Number of fatal work injuries: 733

    4. Construction
    Fatal work injury rate: 8.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 721

    5. Wholesale trade
    Fatal work injury rate: 4.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 189

    6. Utilities
    Fatal work injury rate: 4.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 39

    7. Professional and business services
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 424

    8. Other services (e.g., equipment and machinery repairing, promoting or administering religious activities, grant-making)
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.9
    Number of fatal work injuries: 177

    9. Government
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 495

    10. Manufacturing
    Fatal work injury rate: 2.2
    Number of fatal work injuries: 322

    10 occupations with high fatal work injury rates (per 100,000 full-time workers):

    1. Fishers and related fishing workers
    Fatal work injury rate: 121.2

    2. Loggers
    Fatal work injury rate: 102.4

    3. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
    Fatal work injury rate: 57.0

    4. Refuse and recyclable material collectors
    Fatal work injury rate: 41.2

    5. Roofers
    Fatal work injury rate: 31.8

    6. Structural iron and steel workers
    Fatal work injury rate: 26.9

    7. Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers
    Fatal work injury rate: 25.3

    8. Driver/sales workers and truck drivers
    Fatal work injury rate: 24.0

    9. Electrical power-line installers and repairers
    Fatal work injury rate: 20.3

    10. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs
    Fatal work injury rate: 19.7

    The report also includes information on the causes of these workplace fatalities. Topping the list is transportation incidents, which accounted for more than two out of every five fatal work injuries. Also high on the list? Workplace violence, with 458 homicides and 242 suicides recorded in 2011.

    Fatal occupational injuries by major event:
    Transportation incidents -- 41 percent
    Violence and other injuries by people or animals -- 17 percent
    Contact with objects and equipment -- 15 percent
    Falls, slips and trips -- 14 percent
    Exposure to harmful substances and environments -- 9 percent
    Fires and explosions -- 3 percent


    That's alot of deaths for just working..
    Hence the 242 suicides in 2011....
    My job is being a pornstar , i'd consider that to be in the top ten.

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    Its interesting looking at the rates. Might use them for a school paper im doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monster Cat View Post
    Its interesting looking at the rates. Might use them for a school paper im doing
    it's actual facts, found it on MSN.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Digits2012 View Post


    it's actual facts, found it on MSN.
    Good find girl
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