The world’s top 10 worst jobs

Posted by USA Today on March 29, 2018 06:47:59 The U.S. economy is in free fall, and unemployment remains stubbornly high, but this isn’t just the American story.

Here are the top 10 deadliest jobs in the world, according to the most recent statistics from the United Nations and the World Bank.

1.

The jobless rate: 3.6% Unemployment in the United States is a staggering 16.5%, according to official statistics from July 2018.

That’s higher than in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom.

A third of American workers are not in the labor force and the unemployment rate for those who are is double the average for developed nations.

The U,S.

unemployment rate of 3.2% in January 2019 was the highest among the 35 OECD countries surveyed.

2.

The death toll: 1.2 million Americans are now dead, according the U.N. and the world body.

That number includes 938,000 from natural causes and 826,000 homicides.

In all, 3.4 million people are currently missing and the number of people who died from preventable causes in the U, S. and Canada was about 1.1 million in December 2018.

3.

The health cost: A report from the World Health Organization said the U.,S.

health care system is one of the most expensive in the developed world, with an average price tag of $5,000 per person for primary care.

That puts the U-rated U.K. health system at a whopping $6,917.3 per person per year.

4.

The poverty rate: In the U.-rated United Kingdom, the poverty rate is 12.9% according to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

That is a little higher than Canada’s 10.6%, the highest in the OECD.

In other words, the U.’s poverty rate ranks at the bottom of the developed countries.

5.

The crime rate: The murder rate is up almost 8% in the past year, according statistics from The Washington Post.

That comes after a 15.7% increase in 2018 and a 19.1% increase from 2017.

The number of violent crimes in the country rose by 6% in 2018, according data from police.

6.

The child poverty rate at 16.7%: The rate of child poverty in the UK, the highest ranking country, is 15.8%, according data compiled by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

The rate is the equivalent of living on less than $1.25 per day per child in the developing world.

7.

The corruption rate: A new report from Transparency International, the global non-governmental organization that monitors human rights abuses, shows the U,-rated United States ranks as the world’s least corrupt country.

The organization says the U has one of “the most corrupt governments in the western world” and “among the world leaders in the use of money laundering and tax evasion.”

8.

The environmental impact: The U.,s greenhouse gas emissions are among the most powerful global indicators of climate change, according figures from the Stockholm Environment Institute.

“The U. also ranked as one of 10 countries that is the most polluting, with its emissions from electricity, transport and agriculture being the highest,” according to Transparency International. “

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The U. also ranked as one of 10 countries that is the most polluting, with its emissions from electricity, transport and agriculture being the highest,” according to Transparency International.

9.

The quality of education: A major report by the International Monetary Fund found that the U is the only OECD nation that is significantly behind other developed nations in terms of quality of its education.

The IMF found that “U.S.-level attainment remains far below that of the OECD average,” with U. S. students falling well behind those in the European Union and Japan.

10.

The climate: Climate change is a major concern for the U and other developed countries, with the latest UN data showing the world will experience more extreme weather events by 2100.

The latest U. N. report said that temperatures in the Arctic and other polar regions are projected to rise by up to 1.3°F.