In the gigantic state of Texas you’re going to meet all different types of people that work in a wide variety of occupations but most of them have the same common goal, to support their family. There is no doubt about it, Texans work hard and are often willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done even if that means putting themselves in harm's way.  

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Recently there was an article created by Kobocents that discusses the 10 most dangerous jobs according to OSHA. OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. They have the data to put together a list like this as they keep track of injuries in the workplace. But as I was looking at the list all of the jobs seemed like an everyday job in the state of Texas. Just proving that Texans are willing to take on any difficult task that needs to be accomplished. 

How Were the Most Dangerous Jobs Determined? 

OSHA created this list by not only tracking job place injuries that have been reported, but also safety and hazards for each occupation. There are many jobs where dangerous stuff could be going on around you and it’s your job to minimize the potential danger. You’ll understand more of what I am saying as you scroll down and see the list for yourself. 

Let’s Look at the Most Dangerous Jobs 

Some jobs are just more dangerous than others. Let’s take a look at the list of the most dangerous jobs in Texas and see if your occupation made the list. 

10 Most Dangerous Jobs

We all work hard for a living, but some jobs are more dangerous than others, here is a look at the 10 most dangerous jobs.

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