Based on the BLS’s fatal work-injury rate (deaths per 100,000 workers), these were the ten most dangerous industries in 2012: 1.Logging workers (127.8) 2.Fishers and related fishing workers (117.0) 3.Aircraft pilots and flight engineers (53.4) 4.Roofers (40.5) 5.Structural iron and steel workers (37.0) 6.Refuse and recyclable material collectors (27.1) 7.Electrical power-line installers and repairers (23.0) 8.Driver/sales workers and truck drivers (22.1) 9.Farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural managers (21.3) 10.Construction laborers (17.4)
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