These are the noisiest jobs in the world

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Truck driver: 25 dB - Truck drivers can experience loud noise of up to 25 dB due to their vehicle's engine parts running. 

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Railway worker: 75 dB - Railway construction and maintenance workers are routinely exposed to noise levels of 75–90 dB.

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Firefighter: 90 dB - One of the most dangerous jobs in the world is also one of the noisiest. The clamor of sirens, fire alarms, and fire pumps can reach up to 90 dB.

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Motorcycle courier: 90 dB - Believe it or not, riding a motorcycle at 80 kph (50 mph) exposes the driver's ears to up to 90 dB of noise under the helmet.

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Strimmer: 97 dB - Fuel-powered industrial lawn and hedge strimmers can generate up to 97 dB of noise. They also pollute the air.

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Factory and farm worker: 105 dB - All that loud machinery, tractors, combines, diggers, and rotary cutters can generate a din of over 100 dB.

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Professional lawnmower: 107 dB - Today, a motorized lawnmower used by a professional grounds person can generate 107 dB of noise.

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Leaf blower: 112 dB - At full power, they can create a stream of air exceeding 321 km/h (200 mph) and produce noise levels as high as an ear-piercing 112 dB. 

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Construction worker: 120 dB - Construction sites are some of the noisiest and most hazardous places to work. 

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Miner: 120 dB - Similarly, miners using hammer drills face constant workplace noise, though underground it's far more confined and directional.

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Lumberjack: 120 dB - Chainsaws used by lumberjacks run at an ear-splitting 120 dB.

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