The title of "most dangerous profession" gets thrown around a lot. Some point to the construction industry, where many accidents happen, while the risks of being in the military or on the police force can't be denied. However, one study looked at the numbers for 2013 and determined that lumberjacks actually have the deadliest job in the country.
The study looked at all job-related fatalities for the year and then listed how many fatalities there were for every 100,000 workers. For 2013, there were 91 deadly accidents involving logging operations for each 100,000 lumberjacks. That took the top spot by a fair amount, as the second was fishermen, with just 75. That was followed by aircraft pilots and engineers, with 51, and then roofers, with 39.