Data snack: Dying on the job in Canada

Today’s mining disaster in Ukraine had me wondering about how many Canadian miners die every year. I had wrongly believed that mining would be the most-dangerous job in Canada.

It isn’t.

Substantially more fishers die on the job. Real estate agents do much better.

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(Source: Insurance records compiled by Human Resources Development Canada
and the Assocation of Worker’s Compensation Boards of Canada)


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