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What is the most dangerous job in the United states?

I was reading an article that a pizza delivery guy was the 9th most dangerous.

Asked By: May - 6/20/2006
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The highest rates of fatal injuries -- the most per worker employed -- occurred among loggers, pilots, and fishermen... More
Answered By: Answerman - 6/20/2006
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timber cutters and crab fisherman. To see a complete list...
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Answered By: Tunasandwich - 6/20/2006
 
i think its commercial fisherman or logger
Answered By: crazylegs - 6/20/2006
 
It's timber cutter and fisher. http://money.cnn.com/2003/10/13/pf/dangerousjobs/?cnn=yes
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Answered By: answermonkey - 6/20/2006
 
Right now, i think it is probably being a liberal, i mean Mr Bush seems to disaprove of anyone that doesnt agree with him, why is that? maybe because he knows he is wrong, but is to scared to do anything about his mistakes maybe, sheesh what is this grade school?
Answered By: suzie - 6/20/2006
 
Crab fishing, miners, the guys who build skyscrapers. I'm sure there are lots more. Pizza delivery might be dangerous because of the car accidents. The more driving you do the higher your risk. Also, delivering anything in bad neighborhoods is dangerous.
Answered By: JEFFBEV - 6/20/2006
 
whoever is the pizza delivery guy for rosie o donnell.
Answered By: brand name user - 6/20/2006
 
If you're judging by fatality rates it's logging workers...see page 5 on the PDF below.
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Answered By: Joe T - 6/20/2006
 
After cutting down trees and making firewood for over 15 years,I can say that crab fishermen have it worse than me. I can control and work safely due to safety practice and paying attention. Crab fishermen have to put up with weather and the unpredictability of the open ocean and wave action.
Answered By: wolftatx2 - 6/20/2006
 
Working on an oil rig, volcanologist, human lab rat, working with diseases with no cure, astronaut. police officer, fireman, taxi cab driver, the construction guys work work on high rise buildings.
Answered By: Jat M - 6/20/2006
 
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