Of the 100 most dangerous metropolitan areas for workers across the United States, ten of them are located in Texas, including the area ranked as being the most dangerous. That would be Midland, Texas, which averaged 7.67 workplace deaths per every 100,000 residents, each year from 2016 to 2018. In this infographic from Parker Waichman, the 100 most dangerous metro areas for workers are ranked, but it also includes sections that detail the safest areas.
However, the highest total number of workplace fatalities was in the New York City-Newark-Jersey City metro area, which saw 215 of their 19,216,182 people suffering from fatal workplace accidents each year. As for the safest in America, that would be right up the road from New York City in the Poughkeepsie-Newburgh-Middletown, New York area. Did the closest metropolitan area to your rank on this infographic as being either one of the safest or most dangerous in the United States?