Some of them are known to be hazardous, others may stun you with a high casualty rate. They occupations may pay well, however is it worth the hazard?
10. Truck drivers
This occupation is exceptionally risky on account of two things: Extremely long separation voyaging and unsafe streets. Some of them are modest soak streets found on mountains that are not made for trucks, but rather truck drivers are as yet compelled to drive on them.
9 prison guard
A jail monitor can be an occupation that could cost your life in case you’re not 100% centered. In greatest security detainment facilities, for example, Gldani jail in Georgia where the most unsafe crooks are to be discovered, a security watch ought to never be separated from everyone else. A large number of these detainees are as of now serving lifetime, so in their eyes, they don’t have much to lose. This is one reason why assault and detainee beating is such a typical thing in penitentiaries, the security monitors are essentially excessively apprehensive, making it impossible to interfer.
8. Nuclear worker
The dynamic reactors must be dealt with, however the nearer to this reactor you were, the higher was the stake. The radioactive material was toxic to the point, that it was recommended for the populace to be numerous kilometers away. These laborers must be in physical contact with it keeping in mind the end goal to close it down. A significant number of them passed on. Hazardous occupation without a doubt.
7. Oil rigger
Oil riggers have to work up to 16 hours a day on offshore oil platforms. They have to be aware of constantly moving machines that could crush their body by one misstep and they have to be at the look out for gigantic waves that could easily drown them. Don’t forget one more thing, oil. Oil is extremely explosive. In 2010, in the gulf of Mexico 11 workers died due to an oil rig explosion.
6. Electrical power-line worker
50 Volts alone could kill a human, the deadly power-line can carry up to 800 000 volts and could kill thousands of people. Imagine climbing up 50 meters and have to keep 2 things in mind. 1. Don’t fall. 2. Don’t make a wrong switch. Both of these mistakes could end your life in a matter of seconds.
5. War Zone reporter
A humble reporter forced to go into the middle of a dangerous warzone just to get the best shots. Wearing a «press» logo on the chest and hope that he won’t get shot in the action, is all he can do.
4. Coal miner
A coal miner has to work for on average 12 hours per day in very dangerous cirumstances. The space is extremely narrow, you can barely see anything and you may have problems breathing due to the thick coal dust. Breathing in this dust can be fatal alone and you have to be aware that the mine houndreds of meters above you, could suddenly collapse. If you’re lucky, you die instantly , if not, you could be trapped and die slowly of starvation.
You may think it’s just the sharp saw that can be dangerous. No, infact most of the people dying in this profession is due to a bad idea of where the tree will land and gets crushed in the process.
The mortality rate of being an Astronaut is about 7 %. Knowing that you have a 7% chance of dying, makes you think twice before choosing this profession. A lot could go wrong when you’re about to take off in a rocket. One extremely tiny mistake could make the rocket explode, the oxygen could leak or you could simple be stuck in the space forever.
1. Deep crab fishing
You may have seen the program on TV with the fishers from Alaska. This dangerous job is not a joke. They have to be able to work up to 24 hours a day, scrub ice off the boat, heavy lifting, and be aware of gigantic waves that could wipe any man off the boat. If you ask a an old fisherman if he have been in any dangerous situations where he luckily stayed alive, he would probably say yes.