The Safest and Most Dangerous Cities To Work In [INFOGRAPHIC]

Written by | Updated July 17, 2013

This infographic, designed by Joe Hanson of Graphic Products, Inc., shows us the deadliest and safest cities to work in within the United States. As you can imagine, the smaller cities whose economies are primarily focused on industries that require manual labor and the operation of machinery have more workplace deaths. On the contrary, some of the safest cities in the country to work in have the least amount of deaths on the job per capita.

Fisherman, logging workers, airplane pilots and flight engineers, farmers, ranchers, and mining machine operators are just a few of the workers who make up the list of deadliest jobs according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Written by Elli Bishop

Elli is a safety and security expert for the Safewise team. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, practicing yoga, and spending time with friends and family. Learn more

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