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10 most dangerous jobs to have in the US

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The most dangerous jobs in America
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Fishing
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Logging workers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Farmers and ranchers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Mining
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Roofers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Refuse and recyclable material collectors
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Truck drivers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Stuntman
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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The most dangerous jobs in America - Police and sheriffs patrol officers
The most dangerous jobs
Fishing
Logging workers
Aircraft pilots and flight engineers
Farmers and ranchers
Mining
Roofers
Refuse and recyclable material collectors
Truck drivers
Stuntman
Police and sheriffs patrol officers

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Photos by Fotolia.com.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' most recent figures, there were 4,547 fatal occupational injuries in 2010, or four fewer than reported in 2009. The majority of these injuries occur in a handful of sectors representing the most dangerous ways to earn a living in the country.

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