10 jobs that cause the most illnesses and injuries

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    Which jobs are the most dangerous – without being deadly?

    When considering a career, or even just a part-time job, you should consider an occupation’s injury and illness rate.

    Money Talks News analyzed the latest 2020 data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine which private sector jobs have the highest rates of nonfatal injuries and illnesses associated with days off.

    Read on to see jobs with a track record of the most worker injuries and illnesses.

    If you are curious what jobs have the highest rates of deadly For injuries and illnesses, see 10 Deadliest Jobs of 2022.

    10. Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 608.4 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    9. Correctional Officers and Prison Wardens

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 688.1 injuries and illnesses resulting in days off for every 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    8. Psychiatric Helpers

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 771.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days for every 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    7. Nurse

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 887.8 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    6. Psychiatric Technician

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 941.8 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    5. Occupational therapy assistant

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 975.0 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    4. Nursing Assistant

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 1,023.8 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days for every 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    3. Athletes and Sports Competitors

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 1,280.5 injuries and illnesses resulting in lost days for every 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    2. Welding, soldering and brazing machine setters, operators and tenders

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 1,337.6 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

    1. Nutritionist

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    Incidence rate for this profession: 3,199.3 injuries and illnesses resulting in lost days for every 10,000 full-time employees

    Incidence rate across all private sector occupations: 86.9 injuries and illnesses that resulted in lost days per 10,000 full-time employees

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