Do you know what is the most difficult job in the world? Some jobs are being mentioned here.

A place where workers toil in world's harshest conditions, with temperatures dropping to minus 50 degrees Celsius (-58 F).   

Workers chip away at the ice covering ships, searching for areas that need fixing.

The ships are located in Yakutsk's harbor along the Lena River, a vital economic hub in Siberia during the summer months.

The job demands not only physical strength but also precision in the work.

The process can take weeks, demanding sustained physical exertion and endurance.

Colder temperatures are beneficial, as they result in better quality ice, making the job smoother.

This job is called 'vymorozka' and locals in Yakutia, Russia's largest republic, consider it as one of the hardest jobs globally.