Whether you are looking to embark on a new career path or want to look at a list of extreme jobs for some perspective on your current position, this chart has exactly that. From paperwork streamlining service Your Trade Base, the infographic 'The World's 10 Most Extreme Jobs' also includes how much these roles pay.
From a lucrative career as a safari guide to only receiving $5000 per season at an Everest guide, most of these positions are adventure-based as well as being dangerous. Other jobs include cave divers, crocodile physiologists, whitewater rafting guides, skydiving instructors, professional stuntmen, storm chasers, venom milkers and smoke jumpers.
The infographic explains each role and also offers points on why it is considered so extreme.
This Adventurous Career-Listing Infographic Looks at the Most Extreme Jobs
1. Extreme Jobs - Identify opportunities for businesses to create products and services catering to the needs of extreme job professionals.
2. Adventure-based Careers - Explore possibilities for industries to tap into the growing demand for adventure-based careers.
3. Dangerous Professions - Discover avenues for businesses to develop safety equipment and training programs for individuals working in dangerous professions.
1. Outdoor Recreation - Outdoor recreation companies can provide specialized gear and experiences for adventure-based careers.
2. Safety Equipment - Safety equipment manufacturers can find opportunities to develop innovative products for individuals working in dangerous professions.
3. Training and Education - Training and education institutions can offer specialized courses and programs for individuals pursuing extreme jobs.