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The most dangerous jobs in Chicago--and the state
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'According to the most recent data available from the Illinois Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, the careers associated with the highest number of occupational fatalities were transportation and material moving, management (including farming) and construction. Sales-related occupations were fourth, while protective services rounded out the top five.
"That year was an abnormally low number," Wamack said. "There was a downturn in the economy and less construction, which is one of the possible reasons" for fewer workplace deaths in 2009.
Men account for an overwhelming number of workplace fatalities, making up 92.1 percent of all injury-related occupational deaths in Illinois, even though they only make up a little more than half of the total workforce.
"These particular industries are dominated by men, so they make up more of the deaths" Wamack said. "But I'm seeing more women in trucking, and they're really finding their footing in that industry, so I wouldn't be surprised if the number of women deaths go up."'
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