World’s Most Dangerous Jobs

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The world is full of jobs and hazardous professions as well. Millions of people are risking their lives every day to serve their deadliest careers. Here are list of most dangerous jobs in the world.

 

Miners

Most of us can not forget the terrible mining collapse in Chile’s mine of San Josein 2010 which left 33 men trapped. The manager of San Esteban Mining Co. had not completed the improvements to the mine. That led to 33 miners stuck in 2,300 feet (701 meters) underground for 70 days. According to government statistics, almost 374 miners were trapped in their trade since 2003.


Miners

Miners

 

Deminers


The most mission of deminers is removing land mines or naval mines from area. Manual demining caused 500 deaths from 1996 to 2002.

The most mission of deminers is removing land mines or naval mines from area. Manual demining caused 500 deaths from 1996 to 2002.

 

Loggers


According to the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA), one of the most dangerous situations is a lodged or hung tree, which happens when a cut tree does not fall all the way to the ground but gets caught against another tree.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA), one of the most dangerous situations is a lodged or hung tree, which happens when a cut tree does not fall all the way to the ground but gets caught against another tree.

 

Crocodile Wrestlers


Crocodile wrestlers at a Thailand zoo have to put head at the animals’ jaws everyday.

Crocodile wrestlers at a Thailand zoo have to put head at the animals’ jaws everyday.

 

Skyscraper Windows Cleaners


The man is seen as he is cleaning windows in the 34th floor of a tower block in Jumeirah Beach, Dubai at the height of 400ft.

The man is seen as he is cleaning windows in the 34th floor of a tower block in Jumeirah Beach, Dubai at the height of 400ft.

 

Construction Worker


Construction workers often work in creating structures of large houses and buildings. The most common accident is falling onto the ground.

Construction workers often work in creating structures of large houses and buildings. The most common accident is falling onto the ground.

 

Fishermen


Fishing Industry offers the most dangerous job in the world. Fishermen often work in the dark without break. In the situation, heavy rain and storms can swamp small fishing vessels.

Fishing Industry offers the most dangerous job in the world. Fishermen often work in the dark without break. In the situation, heavy rain and storms can swamp small fishing vessels.

 

Target Girls


Target girl often works in circus as a “target” for sharp shooting, archery or knife throwing. The job provides a powerful element of risk.

Target girl often works in circus as a “target” for sharp shooting, archery or knife throwing. The job provides a powerful element of risk.

 

Helicopter Linemen


Helicopter linemen, who undertake special training, work barehanded in live high voltage transmission lines.

Helicopter linemen, who undertake special training, work barehanded in live high voltage transmission lines.

 

Lion Trainers


Lions are well – known for their ferociousness and can eat trainers at any time.

Lions are well-known for their ferociousness and can eat trainers at any time.

 

 

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This article was published on 2011/05/23