The 7 Worst Jobs In The Entire World

Published April 11, 2017
Updated November 9, 2023

Hazmat Diver

Worst Job In World Hazmat

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Hazmat diving is a dangerous line of work that involves diving into raw sewage or dangerous chemicals to control pollution, repair damages, and conduct general maintenance involving hazardous materials. Naturally, the job requires several vaccinations — and the donning of uncomfortable helmets.

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