Or you can start a business that teaches LEO's to get the mental health help and better driving skills so half of the yearly deaths stop happening at Their Own Hand.Right, but most of those "dangerous jobs" the workers get injured by accidents or their own foolishness. They don't routinely encounter people who are trying to hurt or kill them.
Here are the most dangerous jobs in America:
When it comes to hazardous jobs, what immediately comes to mind? Here are the most dangerous jobs for workplace accidents and how to avoid injury.www.labovick.com
Logging industry is the most dangerous job out there, with a high incident rate because people don't pay attention to what they're doing. And even someone who's on the ball, they're relying on the dipshit on their team - one screw up and everyone gets hurt.
- Logging workers.
- Fishers and fishing related workers.
- Aircraft pilots and flight engineers.
- Recycling and trash collectors.
- Iron and steel workers.
- Truck and sales drivers.
- Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural workers.
- First-line supervisors of construction trades/extraction workers.
- Grounds maintenance workers.
Outside sales is considered a dangerous job because they're on the road and get into car accidents.
Let's get real: do you really consider advertising sales a "dangerous job"? Yet transportation accidents make up 40% of workplace fatalities, and advertising sales is absolutely in that mix.
Cops have people actively trying to injure or kill them. The only reason they're not in the top tier of job related death is because they know it's dangerous and they take precautions. Nobody is shooting at the freaking garbage guy (who I love and respect, don't get me wrong) or the guy who works for the Parks Dept. They get injured by their own or someone else's carelessness.
Every cop I know has been intentionally attacked and injured by some dirt bag. Even a former "Officer Friendly" got his ass kicked by a bunch of thugs on what should have been a routine no problem call. Yet I did outside sales for years without incident. And my profession made the "dangerous" cut, while theirs didn't. Go figure.
What does that cost the taxpayer???
Its not like we have a problem with fisherman and skilled trades jumping off the ship in the Baltic sea or jumping off the 30 story building they are erecting.
When one signs a contract without fully understanding that contract and what it entails, dont cry about it on the evening news, suck it up buttercup, if ones not happy with there career choice, find a new one.....
About half of my guys and myself have been working second shift in a canning factory the last few weeks, ever been in a canning factory?????
Its insane how much equipment is running high speed that easily crush,cook,burn or chop off a workers limb or life...
Its normal business with trades like this..... Nobodys crying here.......