Which are the most dangerous jobs in America?
In February 2017, a National Review article headlined, “The Most Dangerous Jobs in America” concluded that, “It is the most perilous profession in the world, but the jobs it does best are those that pay the highest salaries.”
The article cited a study by a research firm called CareerBuilder that concluded, “There are over 6.2 million jobs in the United States that pay more than $100,000 per year.
The number of people with bachelor’s degrees in this profession, which includes accountants, auditors, auditing professionals, and even financial analysts, is nearly triple the number of American adults.”
The report also cited an April 2017 Gallup survey which showed that, among adults over the age of 18, a whopping 85% of Americans believe that a lot of the jobs in their industry are dangerous.
In response, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) released a statement calling the report “an attempt to undermine the very purpose of the National Home Builder Association and the home building industry.”
NABB President and CEO Steve Maviglio added, “This irresponsible report is a perfect example of why the NHA has taken a stand against the harmful, dangerous and unnecessary regulation that is being imposed on the home builders industry.”
In response to the NAAB statement, the White House released a similar statement, “A report in the Wall Street Journal today is false and misleading.
The National Association for Home Build, Auto and Aerospace Manufacturers does not support a wage freeze and has no intention of enacting one.
“While we cannot change the economics of our economy, we can act to keep the industry going.” “
The National Home Builder Association responded to the criticism by stating that it believes that “anybody with a college degree is capable of building a home and deserves a decent salary. “
While we cannot change the economics of our economy, we can act to keep the industry going.”
The National Home Builder Association responded to the criticism by stating that it believes that “anybody with a college degree is capable of building a home and deserves a decent salary.
The only thing keeping them from getting a good deal is a lack of confidence in their skills and qualifications.”
The association also said that homebuilders are “responsible, hard-working and highly motivated” people who “want to make a positive difference in the communities they live in.”
The NAABA has not responded to an invitation to comment on the Wall St. Journal report.
The association has previously criticized the Trump administration for imposing a freeze on construction jobs, a move it said would have a “negative impact on the jobs of construction workers, who are often the backbone of the construction industry.”
But NAABI said it will not take a position on the freeze.
The White House has also been criticized for not enforcing wage freezes on many other professions, including the construction trade unions.
The trade union for construction workers said in a statement that, “[W]e are very concerned that the Administration is considering imposing a wage-price freeze on some jobs, which would force hundreds of thousands of construction jobs to be eliminated.”