There are some jobs in this world that require brute force, stability and courage. I’m not saying that working in an office that has air conditioning is wrong. It’s just that some men have it tough when it comes to providing for their families. Getting your hands dirty is not easy and sometimes you may even have to risk your life in order to save others if you’re a firefighter for example.
For those who are doing that sort of stuff, we salute you! Let’s see what are the most many jobs in the world and maybe you will want to change your career. Who knows?
Firefighters: From saving lives to extinguishing a fire, someone has to go through extensive training in order to become a firefighter. Nowadays everything can cause a fire because almost all of the stuff that we own uses electricity.
Logging: To be a logger means that you have to go outdoors in both extremely cold weather and steel bending heat. Work hours are crazy as there is an extremely low employment growth due to the conditions and pressure that they encounter.
Miners: They work in hostile environments and they spend a lot of time in deep underground caves with almost no fresh air and extreme heat, inhaling coal and other types of dust.
Policemen: The people that risk their lives protecting others. Usually, with long shifts, tiresome work hours and frequently in dangerous situations, policemen still need to be sharp in making decisions at any given time as they or someone else might get hurt.
Army men: These are the people that defend peace and nations from any threat. Often people die or get hurt as there is always a war to be fought. Almost every country has an army and they are always recruiting.
Tower Climber: It requires a lot of strenght and courage. Sometimes they even have to take down those towers.
Crab Fisherman: These are no ordinary fisherman because this one is one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. This is the reason why crabs are so expensive.
Skyscraper Construction Worker: Similar to tower climbers, skyscraper construction workers work at great heights, the risks are big, the work is hard and there can not be any mistakes involved.
Oil Drill Operator: When working on a drilling platform you are exposed to constant vibration, loud sound, hot materials and difficult and dangerous machinery. Working in the middle of the ocean or some remote part of the globe means that medical care is a few hours away.
Uranium Miners: Uranium is mined in deep underground mines. It`s a radioactive metal that can hurt you by inhaling or standing near it for a long time.
Truck Drivers: Being forced into driving really long distances in a short time with a truck and a load means that this is also a hard and dangerous job.
Roofer: Working on inclined roofs at a rather big distance from the ground, having to work with heavy and sharp tools means roofers are inclined to more injuries than workers on the ground. This one is a realy hard job to have.
Underwater Welder: Welding underwater means you have to spend a lot of time underwater, using a torch. It is extremely dangerous but also manly as h***.
Snake Milker: Usually men decide to pick this career because it is extremely dangerous. The venom is used for vaccines.
High Tension Wire Workers: You can never be too safe when you’re working with electricity, imagine how it would be to also work at a few hundred feet above the ground.
Mountain Excavator: If it’s ore excavation or even road carving, excavating in a mountain is a dangerous job. There is always a risk of an avalanche and there isn’t much space for everybody so there is a lot of tension around a small patch of land.
Maximum Security Guard: Having to control a violent mass of people is not an easy job. There is always the risk of a fight to break and you might not be in your combat gear.
Mountain Rescuer: A mountain rescuer dedicates his life to save others in treacherous places while he puts his life on the line in the same conditions.
Fighter Pilot: Trained for engaging in air to air combat, air fighter pilots fly an expensive machinery and must undergo specialized training in aerial warfare.
Bull Rider: This job involves a rider getting on a Bull’s back while he tries anything to throw you on the ground. Sometimes the bull does not stop there – it continues to inflict injuries on the fallen rider.