In Japan, fifty workers Fukushima nuclear power plant risk their lives to save the country from a nuclear holocaust. There is no doubt that they do - it's voluntary death. However, believe it or not, in the list of the most dangerous professions in the world working nuclear power plants do not. Here is a list compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Workers collectors. In 2009 in the United States reported 224 fatal injuries, job-pickers during operation. The percentage of injuries is 18, 3 per 100,000, while the average for all occupations level 3, 3 per 100,000 people.
Truck drivers and drivers, traveling salesmen. Truck drivers and others whose work involves travel, in 2009 received 586 fatal injuries in the workplace. Percent injury is also 18, 3 per 100,000.
Engineers industrial equipment installers. 81 deaths. The percentage of injuries is 18, 5 per 100,000
Scavengers. In 2009, due to injuries sustained on the job, died 9 people. Percent injury is 25 2 to 100,000.