Most dangerous US jobs: fishing, flying, logging

During 2007, 5,488 Americans died from job-related injuries, a 6% decrease from 2006. Workplace murders increased 13% to 610 homicides. Fishing continues to be the most dangerous job, a position it has held for the last three years, followed by flying and logging, Bureau of Labor Statistics says.

During 2007, 5,488 Americans died from job-related injuries, a 6% decrease from 2006. Workplace murders increased 13% to 610 homicides. Fishing continues to be the most dangerous job, a position it has held for the last three years, followed by flying and logging, Bureau of Labor Statistics says.