1. Electrical power-line installer and repairer
Only 50 volts can kill a person, the deadly power line can take 800 000 volts and kill thousands of people. Imagine climbing 50 meters and two things to be kept in mind. 1. Do not fall. 2. Do not switch wrong. These two mistakes can end their life in a matter of seconds.
2. Truck drivers
This work is very dangerous due to two things: Very long distance travel and dangerous roads Some of them are on small roads found on mountains, which are not made for trucks, but truck drivers are still Has been forced to walk on. Others like Trollstigen, Norway, Icy and Slippery (such as the James Dalton Highway, Alaska Road) and the truck driver can not only break through their heavy trucks that can cross their fingers
3. War Zone reporter
A humble reporter was forced to go in the midst of a dangerous battlefield so that he could get the best shots. Wearing a «press» logo on the chest and hoping that they will not get shot in action, they can do all that.
4. Police Officers
Unfortunately they are probably not the most popular public servants in many parts of the world, and yes, corruption is real…but some people really do put their lives on the line for others.
5. Coal miner
A coal miner has to work on an average of 12 hours per day in very dangerous situations every day. Space is very narrow, you can barely see anything and because of the thick coal dust you may have trouble breathing. Breathing in this dust alone can be lethal and you have to know that the meter meter burglar above me may suddenly fall. If you are lucky, you die instantly, if not, you can get trapped and gradually die from hunger.
From rushing into burning buildings to digging ditches in the middle of the Australian Outback, firefighters aren’t know for having the safest jobs in the world.
7. Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Their fatal injury rate was slightly more than 40 per 100,000.
8. Oil rigger
9. Microchip Manufacturer
We all enjoy having our laptops and phones, but they come at a high cost for those who produce them. A number of hazardous chemicals like arsenic are used to produce computer chips. While microchips do not bring an immediate fatal outcome, the long-term effects include miscarriage, birth defects, respiratory diseases, and cancer.
10. Deep Sea Fishermen
Here’s a classic. It actually used to be the most dangerous job on most lists, especially Alaskan crab fisherman. Between high seas, long nights, freezing temperatures, and lots of moving parts there is almost nothing more dangerous.