Weirdly dangerous jobs all around the world!
You may think about changing your job. Maybe your current one is too boring and you are craving for adrenaline, challenges and all that exciting stuff? Well, think twice before making up your mind as your job may be on a list of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Some positions are just so harmful that workers literally put their lives at risk and destroy their valuable health. No matter how prestigious or well-paid the job can be, you have only one life!
Lineman - They have 21.5 deaths per 100,000 workers.
Bush pilot - They have 287 deaths per 100,000.
Mount Everest sherpa - They have 4,053 deaths per 100,000.
Smokejumpers - They have 2.5 deaths per 100,000.
Underwater welders - They yearly have 5 deaths out of approximately 3,000.
Landmine removers - A tiny little mistake in this job equals death.
Helicopter cowboy - The job is known as "dead man's zone".
Ship breakers - This job can be one that is not that dangerous but many workers die doing this.
Snake milker - They get bit at some point but they need to be prepared for it.
Nuclear gypsy - This job involves nuclear and radiation accidents fatalities.
Volcano mining - Only searching this job online, shows you the number of deaths.
White Helmets - They have 4,833 deaths per 100,000.
Lumberjack - Big trees, sharp saws, and hard hours - the logging industry is indeed dangerous.
Deep-sea fishermen - High seas, long nights, freezing temperatures - no wonder that it’s dangerous.