That would be dangerous, but the most dangerous job in my opinion would be in law enforcement. They never know what's right around the corner.
Cop. Soldier. When I look at what the most dangerous jobs are, I look at the number of people who have been killed or seriously injured in those jobs.
By that standard, being a citizen is more dangerous than being a cop.
I thought your question was about the most dangerous "jobs" in the US?
Just because a job "looks" dangerous, and would be something most wouldn't want to do, doesn't mean it's any more dangerous than a cab driver. As to the picture you posted about dangerous jobs, how many people who do that job have been killed or seriously injured?
That picture is the clickbait for the youtube flick featured in the article. I take no responsibility for it. I did not ask a question. Everybody is free to offer their own opinions. Opinions are like butts: everybody has one, and most of them stink.
I will actually say HazMat truck operators. One simple accident and you might have to evacuate a whole city. Well.. not you, you are already dead as well as the majority of the people who were on the road with you. :)
I heard of a crew that spilled something or other, so they promptly cleaned it up. They got fined for that. They weren't licensed to clean up spills.
I have heard most dangerous job if fireman.
The Parachute Job is one of the most Dangerous...however it is a danger that is expected...whereas other jobs are more innocent... there you go one day...and something unexpectedly bad happens... that's the dangerous part...the part that can scar you....
"Illegal" is entirely arbitrary.
Yes. It's not illegal when the lawmakers do it.
Potentially bulletproof vest tester