Top 11 Worst Jobs You Can Get in the US

Posted on Mar 28, 2016

5. Lumberjacks

Lumberjacks
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Considering the fact that not anyone could do it, it’s a hugely underestimated job. Lumberjacks put their lives at risk almost every day while working with enormous weights. This is one of the jobs that have the highest fatality rate, not to mention extreme weather conditions that these people have to put up with on daily basis.

Average income: $32,870

6. Army Personnel

Army Personnel
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The life of the soldier is always full of pressure, fear for the mere existence, and they can never relax. There is no money to compensate this kind of discomfort, but people who are doing it often claim that they are enjoying it and don’t feel exploited.

Average income: $41,998

7. Stewardess

Stewardess
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Not only that it’s extremely risky job, especially nowadays, but also it consumes all of the employee's time. Recently, airline companies have decided to cut the personal from 4 flight attendants to three, which means a 25% reduction. Things wouldn’t be so bad if it wasn’t the job that pays so poorly.

Average income: $37,740

8. Roofers

Roofers
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We don’t need to point out that it’s very dangerous position, but things are becoming even worse since real estate business is in crisis. The amount of money that roofers get simply cannot compensate the risks that they are living with every day.

Average income: $34,220
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