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Jobs with the highest fatality rates in the US


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Jobs with the highest fatality rates in the US



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#10. Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers

Tractor rolled over on its side



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#9. Underground mining machine operators

Aerial view of mining quarry in Maryland, USA.



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#8. Driver/sales workers and delivery truck drivers

Tractor trailer driving on the highway at sunset.



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#7. Structural iron and steel workers

A steel worker performs maintenance at the Carrie Furnace.



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#6. Refuse and recyclable material collectors

Two men in orange put garbage bags into a refuse truck.



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#5. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers

Pilot flying a plane with sunshine coming into the cockpit.



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#4. Helpers, construction trades

Silhouettes of construction workers up on scaffolding at sunset.



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#3. Roofers

Roofers on a steep incline installing materials.



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#2. Logging workers

Logger pushing a cut tree over towards another logger.



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#1. Fishing and hunting workers

Fishing trawler at sea during storm with crew in raincoats hanging onto everything.


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