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The Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs Are Revealed & The List May Surprise You

(credit: SOE THAN WIN/Getty Images)

(credit: SOE THAN WIN/Getty Images)

PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—Cop or firefighter, may be the most popular guesses for the most dangerous jobs out there, but surprisingly, they do not even make the list.

The data, which comes from the 2012 National Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, was released this week by FinancesOnline.com.

Loggers top the list with 127.8 deaths per every 100,000 workers. Fishers come in second with 117 deaths per every 100,000 workers, drowning and heavy equipment handling being the top causes.

Rounding out the top three are pilots and flight engineers with 53.4 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

The rest of the list reads:

10. Construction laborers-17.4 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

9. Farmers, ranchers and agriculture managers- 21.3 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

8. Drivers and sales workers- 22.1 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

7. Electrical power line installers and repairers- 23 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

6. Refuse, recyclable material collectors- 27.1 deaths per every 100,000 workers

5. Structural iron and steel workers- 37 deaths per every 100,000 workers.

4. Roofers-40.5 deaths per every 100,000.

So next time you’re struggling to carry those four hot coffees for your coworkers, remember it could be worse.