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Here are the most and least dangerous states to work, from Alaska to Rhode Island

Some states have particularly high concentrations of dangerous jobs, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

From steel workers to barbers, here are 20 guy-dominated jobs that are vanishing quickly

Industries that were once traditionally boys' clubs are dwindling in the US. Our research found the jobs with steep declines in employment.

From Greyhound to school buses, this map shows how much bus drivers make in every US state

Bus drivers move huge numbers of Americans to and from their destinations every day, and the job is more lucrative in some states than others.
Forest-fire inspectors and prevention specialists earn an average of $49,610 a year.

From paramedics to firefighters and surgeons, here’s what the average American makes in 19 life-saving jobs

Lifeguards tend to make a relatively low annual salary, while firefighters and police officers are well compensated on average.

From cafeteria workers to principals, here’s what everyone makes in a public school

Public schools employ a wide variety of workers, and salaries range from well below the median wage to very high-paying.

From the bellhop to the concierge, here’s how much everyone makes in a hotel

Hotels employ a wide variety of workers, and salaries range from well below the median wage to very high-paying.

From servers to the head cook, here’s how much everyone makes in a restaurant

Many restaurant jobs tend to be low-paying, but top management positions pay more than the national median wage.

The 10 best industries for job security

We found 10 industries with high employment growth and where workers tend to stick with the same employers for a long time.

The 10 worst industries for job security

We found 10 industries with relatively low job growth in the last five years, and where workers tend not to stay in the same job for too long.

How much money 11 types of doctors actually make

We used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to compare the average annual salaries associated with 11 occupations for medical doctors.